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Punctuate Your Health:
Quarterly Seminar Series

GYN Cancer Seminar

Although punctuation is the last thing you think about when writing a sentence, we want you to think of your health first! The 'Punctuate Your Health' seminar series focuses on topics to help you stay well. We take a broader look at a variety of health topics and provide education and tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy. Learn more about each one of our upcoming seminars.

  • Move! - Sometimes just the thought of moving your body makes you feel those aches and pains. You rely on more than 200 bones and 200 joints, along with muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves and cartilage, to get you through your day. If taking care of all of that seems like a big job, we’re here to help.
  • *For Men Only - What causes low testosterone? Can erectile dysfunction be a symptom of other health problems? Christopher Smith, MD will answer these questions and more as he presents everything you need to know but were afraid to ask about men’s health. You’ll discover what you can do to minimize your risk for these and other common conditions like high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes through exercise, sleep and nutrition.
  • ?Answers - Cancer is a word that no one wants to hear and is the cause of death for nearly a quarter of a million American women annually. New cancer cases are expected to increase nearly 45 percent by 2030. The more you know the more positive steps you can take to help lower your cancer risk. Remember: the earlier cancer is diagnosed, the better. Register now for this free event.
  • Connect: - Chances are that you may not have connected the dots between your digestive system and feeling healthy. That’s because you really don’t think much about it until something goes wrong and suddenly your overall health and well-being are upset along with your stomach. Your digestive system has a very big job–processing and converting food into nutrients your body uses for energy, growth, and cell repair, then getting rid of the waste.

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