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HeartAdvantage Women's Events

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January 4, 2007
12:00 - 1:30pm, Memorial Hospital Auditorium FREE

"Have A Heart-Healthy New Year"

Presented by Physical Therapy, 16th Avenue Station, and Linda Johnson, Heart Disease Survivor.

Let's rethink our resolutions this year.  Instead of worrying about taking off those extra pounds, come learn about how to add healthy foods, take time for yourself, and make your own heart a priority.  Hear from a survivor and how her resolutions have changed.  Learn ways to add time for yourself and care for your heart.

 

January 19, 2007
7:00 - 10:00am, Four Yakima Safeway Parking Lots

"Brake for Breakfast"

Stop in and get a heart-healthy breakfast, important heart-health information, and register for a risk assessment screening.

 

January 20 and 27, 2007
10:00am - 2:00m, Memorial's 'Ohana, 16th and Yakima Yakima Avenues FREE

HeartAdvantage Women's Risk Assessment

Includes blood pressure check, waist/girth measurement, BMI (height and weight), and cholesterol screen.

To register for the screenings, call 509-575-8484.

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