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September 2014 Newsletter

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September 2014 Newsletter
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You don¹t need to drop a lot of weight to reap important health benefits. For every two pounds of excess weight you lose, your cholesterol drops an average of three points. And in a study from the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research, both men and women were able to lower their blood ressure after losing as few as nine pounds.
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2. We celebrated National Senior Cititzen Day on August 21st. In honor of our Seniors, Zach Rosario, Clinic Manager in Strasburg, shares helpful tips and tools to improve daily functioning.
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3. Congratulations to the Top 3 finishers in our Summer Biggest Loser Contest Etown #14, Quarryville #1 & Loysville #3. Thanks to all our participants!
4. Welcome back to school! In preparation for the new school year, CPRS teamed up with Adopt a Block to fill book bags for children in need in Harrisburg. We were able to donate 55 filled book bags, as well as many other items, to our local communities! Thank you all for your help and contributions.
5. Football season is gearing up. Look for your friends from CPRS Physical Therapy at various high school football games throughout the fall.
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4-Part Diabetes Educational Series and Support Group
Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center
Are you looking for suggestions and new ways to help manage your diabetes?
Do you have diabetes-related balance issues and are looking for a solution?
If so, this educational series and support group is for YOU!
Join Dan Stone, CPRS Physical Therapist and Type 1 Diabetic, for a 4-part series designed to help you learn to manage your diabetes better!
Hear from a variety of local vendors about the latest and greatest technology and ways to help manage your diabetes.
Proper nutrition is a basic component in managing diabetes; you'll sample a variety of delicious foods and receive healthy recipes to duplicate at home! Come to hear from certified diabetes educator and registered dietitian Christie Gehman from the Diabetes Center for Improvement.
Targeted to family members of diabetics. Hear inspirational stories and ways to be an understanding and effective caregiver to your loved one with diabetes.
Learn about safe and practical ways to stay in shape and manage your diabetes through the holidays and into the New Year! We will also address ways to manage balance issues related to diabetes.
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