#childsafety | UHS Chenango Memorial Offers Free Women’s Health Series

Are you struggling with your New Year’s resolutions based on creating healthy habits?  According to UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital Community Outreach Coordinator Jamie Hagenbuch, “We often know what we should be doing, but translating that knowledge into healthy habits is where many of us fall short. Forming those healthy habits is key to changing our behavior – whether our goals are related to healthy eating, exercise or mental wellness.”

To better help women live healthier lives, the hospital is offering a 2020 Women’s Health Series, a series of informed conversations held monthly at Bohemian Moon, 103 East Main Street in Norwich.

The first in the series will take place this Tuesday, Jan. 28 as Physical Therapist Allison O’Neill of UHS Therapies Norwich and Registered Dietician Nicole Wake from UHS Chenango Memorial will present starting at 7 p.m.  Wake will focus on providing tools to implement behavior change, along with nutrition tips and tricks, while O’Neill will speak to the importance of weight bearing and resisted exercises.

The series will continue in February with a discussion on Heart Health, presented by staff of UHS Cardiology Norwich.

For more information on the 2020 Women’s Health Series, contact Jamie Hagenbuch at (607) 337-4283 or via email at jamie.hagenbuch@nyuhs.org. Reservations are accepted, but not required.

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