Heart disease kills 1 in 3 women each year – more women than all forms of cancer combined. But most women don’t notice the symptoms until it’s too late. Wear Red on National Wear Red Day Friday, Feb. 5th to spread the message and save the women you love. To learn more, go to atlantagored.heart.org. Life is Why. Go Red for Women is nationally sponsored by Macy’s, and locally sponsored by Piedmont Heart.
Insure Georgia (Insure GA) is a focused initiative of Community Health Works (www.chwg.org) with the purpose of helping Georgia’s uninsured and under insured gain affordable access to high quality health insurance coverage. The Insure Georgia Initiative is funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services to serve as a statewide Health Insurance Marketplace Navigator Organization. With this funding, Insure Georgia has navigators throughout the state that assist consumers understand and enroll in plans through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Thank you to our nutritionist Tosha Bailey with Mix Kitchen Fitness for hosting our Kroger Store tours. Keep it locked on V-103 to find out when the next tour will take place.
1 in 3 women die of heart disease each year– more women than all forms of cancer combined. Join keynote speaker Dr. Mehmet Oz and others committed to stopping this statistic in our community at the American Heart Association’s Atlanta Go Red For Women Luncheon on Friday, Feb. 12.
If you have fibroids or its symptoms (heavy
menstrual cycles, clotting, and pelvic pain)
you should get a second opinion from the
fibroid expert who is right here in Atlanta.
Dr. John Lipman is one of the nation’s leading
fibroid expert and has performed more UFE
procedures than any other doctor in Atlanta.
The holidays bring fun, joy, and family togetherness. the american heart association WANTs YOU TO EXPERIENCE MORE OF these PRECIOUS MOMENTS. Take the steps to live healthier and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke in your family. go to http://www.heart.org to learn how. Life is why.
Place oatmeal in blender or food processor and blend/process until it has the texture of flour. Add in the dates, peanut or almond butter and maple syrup and continue to blend until the dates break up. Add in protein powder and cocoa powder. If the blend is too dry to make a ball, add in up to 3 TBSP of water 1 TBSP at a time until the mixture makes a ball of dough.
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