Healthy Nutrition for a Healthy Heart
Make it your mission to fight heart disease through healthy food choices. A healthy diet and lifestyle are some of your best weapons to fight cardiovascular disease. It’s the overall pattern of your choices that counts most – think nutrition. Nutrient-rich foods have vitamins, minerals, fiber and other nutrients, and are lower in calories.
Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation - Nonsurgical Treatment for Bowel and Bladder Control Issues
Childbirth, aging and physical stressors can take their toll on the muscles and ligaments that make up the pelvic floor in women, resulting in pelvic organ prolapse or urinary incontinence. One of UH Bedford Medical Center clinical specialists will discuss and answer questions about the nonsurgical treatment for incontinence. *Due to the sensitive nature of the content, this seminar is for women only.
Living a Heart Healthy Lifestyle
Being active is as important as reducing calories in helping you lose weight! It is good for your heart, lungs, bones, muscles and mind. Regular physical activity helps lower your risk of heart attack, stroke, high blood pressure and other health problems.