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WALKING OFF THE WEIGHT-Milwaukee

Text a friend and make plans to WALK with us.

  • July 9-Cathedral Square Park
    520 E. Wells St (Meet on the South East corner, East of the popcorn truck)
  • July 30-Lakeshore State Park
    500 N Harbor Drive

Meet up at 8:00am

Call 414-897-8669 to register, register on-site or download the brochure.

FREE.

 

 
   

Thank you to our guests, speakers, sponsors, vendors, and volunteers for a wonderful day!

 

WOMEN OF THE WORLD
Health & Wellness DAY

Speaking of Wellness
Wanda J. Montgomery, Med, Director of Community Partnerships,
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, National Kidney Foundation
of Wisconsin Board of Directors
Sally Nusslock, RN, BSN, Health Commissioner, West Allis Health Department
Julie O’Neill, RN, The Karen Yontz Women’s Cardiac Awareness Center at
Aurora St Luke's Medical Center
Kim Murphy, Anchor, Fox 6 Wakeup 

Family Reunions and Your Future Health!
Did you know that your health might depend on what you know about your relatives? 
Take advantage of family reunions, dinners or back yard cookouts to get the health history ‘scoop’ this summer.

Speaker:  Enid Trotman, MD, Internal Medicine, Outreach Community Health Centers 
Utah Department of Health Family History Toolkit

Good Sleep: Better Health
The beginning of a healthier day starts with a night of old-fashioned sleep.
Get practical suggestions on good sleep and at-home tips to improve your naps and nights!

Speaker: Lisa M. Cottrell, Ph.D., CBSM Licensed Psychologist,
Board Certified Behavioral Sleep Medicine,
Aurora Behavioral Health Aurora Medical Center, Grafton
Download PowerPoint Slides and Handout

Walking:  The Perfect Medicine
From farmer’s markets to festivals, you are going to be walking this summer.
No matter what your size or shape, whether you’re counting steps or logging miles, see what’s new before you leave home!

Speaker:  Lyah N. Holmes, DNP, RN, APNP, AGPCNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner
Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. 
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Surfing is Good for Your Health: Finding Reliable Health Information
From tracking steps to finding heart-healthy recipes, surfing the web can be one of the best things you can do for your health. Learn about how to find trustworthy
and reliable health information online.

Speaker:   Jennifer Deal, MA, MLIS, Lead Librarian, Aurora Health Care, Ziebert Library
Download presentation

Creating HIGH Five’s for You!
Speaker: Donna Triplett, CFRE, Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers Member
National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin Board of Directors

HONEY CREEK ROOM
Workshops presented by:
Tatiana Castellino, MS, RD, CD, Registered Dietitian, Roundy's Supermarkets, Inc.

Shopping for Your Health at Milwaukee’s  Farmer’s Market
Each month this summer, you’ll find something different at the local Farmer’s Market or at the grocery store. Enjoy a month-by-month ‘tour’ of the herbs, plants, vegetables and fruits available from May-September. 
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Picnics, Potlucks and Summer Cookouts
Let’s enjoy the great weather and the company of friends.  Get a head start on summer with these food tips and recipes that will make any picnic, potluck or block party safe and healthy.
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Food, Festivals and Fitness: Don’t Give Up on Your Goals?
Don’t give up on your wellness goals when you go to a lakefront festival or State Fair. You can have fun, enjoy the food and still be committed to your health.
Download presentation

 

 

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Last modified 2016-06-27 16:36:01