Free luncheon to address heart health
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Seats are still available for Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital’s upcoming Lunch and Learn Program on Wednesday, Feb. 12. February is National Heart Health Month, and the public is invited to join OKMH as they host Stephanie Todd, Certified Personal Trainer, NASM, PFTA, who will share information on incorporating heart healthy habits into busy lives.

Statistics provided by The American Heart Association, show that Heart Disease is the number one killer of women, taking more lives each year than all forms of cancer combined. But 80% of cardiac events in women could be prevented if women made the right choices for their hearts involving their diets and exercise. Being active, avoiding stress, controlling your diabetes, and reducing your Body Mass Index, are all ways that your risks of heart disease can be diminished. These and more topics will be discussed as Ms. Todd shares “Heart Health from the Inside Out”.

Door Prizes will be given away along with gifts for each guest to include exercise cards, recipes, and more. A free lunch is included with your reservation. The seminar lasts about 45 minutes and two time slots are available, 11:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. A happy, healthy heart begins on the inside, so don’t miss this positive, encouraging seminar that will be sure to inspire you to make heart healthy living a priority. Please call Barbara at 830-583-3401 Ext. 591 with questions or RSVP’s.
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