For more information call Carilion Clinic at 800-422-8482.
Community Health Education
For many people, eating is simply a way to satisfy hunger, but are you really
providing your body with the right types of fuel to function optimally? Learn
more about what your body needs, and how to make sure you’re including it in
your daily diet. Join us for our next Healthy U seminar with registered dietitian
Amanda Kaster where we’ll learn more about good nutrition.
For more information contact Carilion Clinic at 800-422-8482.
Many times, young girls are faced with situations or decisions that need a little adult insight. That's where Girl Talk can help.
This class is designed for mothers and their 9 - 12 year-old daughters. Intended to strengthen communication concerning adolescence and puberty, this interactive workshop covers a wide range of topics to help girls make informed, responsible decisions concerning their body. Plan now to sign up, because a little bit of girl talk can go a long way.
Registration is required by calling Carilion Clinc at 266-6000 or 800-422-8482.
Cost is $5 per person.
PUTTING YOUR HEALTH FIRST, AT ANY AGE
Let's face it: As women, we lead busy lives. Taking time out for our own health can sometimes feel like an impossible task. Join us for a panel discussion about what health screenings and conditions may be relevant to your age now and into the future. Let's make sure we are all taking steps to stay healthy.
Cost: $15 (includes lunch)
Registration is required by calling Carilion Clinic at 800-422-8482.
You've probably heard the saying "mind over matter." And when it comes to losing weight, our brains definitely play a role. You may even find yourself asking: Why is it so hard for me to lose weight? Will a new diet trend work for me? Are weight loss drugs really safe? For answers to these questions and more, join us for an informative presentation on the psychology of weight loss.
Glenn Kent, Ph.D., is currently a researcher and assistant professor of health psychology at Jefferson College of Health Sciences. With experience as a university wellness director, healthcare administrator, personal trainer, and fitness entrepreneur, Kent has made a lifelong commitment to the study of health.
Registration is required. For registration and more information, call Carilion Clinic at 800-422-8482.
11th Annual Child’s
Health and Safety Day
Featuring a free children’s bike helmet giveaway (first-come, first-served), fun activities like a bike rodeo (kids should bring their own bike/trike), and educational booths and safety checks.
For more information on this event,
please call 800-422-8482.
Free lunch provided. Call 540-204-7135 to register or for more information.
Call 540-204-7135 to register or for more information.
For some people a massage is simply a pleasant, relaxing experience, but for
others it is an integral part of medical treatment. The use of touch to
manipulate soft tissue can help reduce pain and stiffness, lower stress and help
your medical treatment and rehabilitation to succeed. Join us for our next
Healthy U seminar with massage therapist Gloria Lawrence where we’ll learn
more about message therapy.
Join us as we learn from Dr. Audra Van Wart, a research scientist from the Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute, as she presents “Mythbusters: The Truth About Your Brain.”
Part of Brain Awareness Week, Dr. Van Wart’s discussion is aimed at middle and high school students, though the event is free and open to all.
Her 45-minute presentation will include use of actual plastinated human brains on loan from the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg.
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