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Previously Recorded Seminars

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Kathleen Zelman

Hot Off the Press: Nutrition Solutions for Health and Wellness

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
Program recorded Sept. 9, 2014
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We uncover the latest scientific findings for nutrition solutions that can help you improve your health by powering up your diet. These diet strategies taste great and have the incredible potential to improve your health.

Kathleen Zelman

Dispelling Food Fears and Myths

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
Program recorded Aug. 12, 2014
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There is so much conflicting information that it can be hard to discern food myths from the real truth. Learn about the most controversial food and nutrition topics. We will dissect the trends and highlight healthy food choices and diets to consider.

Kathleen Zelman

Dishing on Healthy Cooking Tips

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
Program recorded July 8, 2014
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Tired of the same recipes you cook over and over again? Break free of your routine by becoming more proficient in the kitchen. This seminar includes techniques that will enable you to whip up healthy, easy meals in minutes.

Arleen Fitzgerald

Emotional Resilience: Develop the Skills to Help You through Tough Times

Arleen Fitzgerald, LICSW
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Program recorded June 10, 2014

Resilience is not something we are born with or not. You can develop skills to help you improve your emotional resilience, even if you are naturally more sensitive to life's difficulties. This seminar will help you discover ways to hone and improve your coping skills.

Kathleen Zelman

So What Can I Eat? What You Need to Know About Food Allergies, Intolerances and Sensitivities

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded May 13, 2014

We expose allergy myths and learn more about the signs, symptoms, and treatment strategies that may help you stay safe, and maintain your healthy diet while limiting or eliminating certain foods.

Audrey Thomas

Organization Plain and Simple: Practical Tips You Can Use at Home and Work

Audrey Thomas, CSP, "Organized Audrey"
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Program recorded April 8, 2014

Organization Newsletters

Get simple, practical tips that may help you simplify your life by cutting the clutter and becoming more organized. You'll learn storing, filing and scheduling tips that you can start putting into practice today.

Kathleen Zelman

Aging Gracefully: Adapting to Changing Nutritional Needs

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded March 11, 2014

Defy the ravages of aging, learn how good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle may impact aging, minimize normal changes and may be your best defense against aging.

Kathleen Zelman

Heart Smart Diet Secrets

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Feb. 11, 2014

A healthy diet and lifestyle are among the best weapons in the fight against heart disease. Discover how the healthiest diets on the planet may help improve your heart health and longevity. Learn how easy and delicious it is to eat for a healthy heart.

Kathleen Zelman

Lose Weight the Healthy Way: Tips and Tricks to Go the Distance

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Jan. 14, 2014

This seminar highlights simple tips and tricks that turn those unhealthy habits that cause weight gain into healthy habits that may lead to weight loss. A good diet is the one you may stick with and also the one that you don't know you are on.

Arleen Fitzgerald

Mindfulness and Living in the Moment: A Means of Stress Relief

Arleen Fitzgerald, LICSW
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Program recorded Dec. 10, 2013

Mindfulness is the newest technique in building stress resilience. Mindfulness focuses on being in the present moment, being grateful for what you have and what you can do now to accomplish as much as you can to be more productive.

Kathleen Zelman

Fast Track to Wellness: Simple Healthy Habits for Busy People

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Nov. 12, 2013

Learn the secret healthy habits that may put a zip in your step, whittle your waistline and promote wellness. Healthy habits can be as easy as 1-2-3, realistic and good for the entire family.

Kathleen Zelman

Meal Makeovers: Meal Planning, Shopping Lists, Storing and More

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Oct. 8, 2013

This seminar will enlighten you with simple meal planning, homemade recipe ideas and cooking tips that will inspire you to expand your repertoire, make over your family favorite recipes and create new, healthy meals even the kids will love.

Kathleen Zelman

Eating Healthy on a Shoestring Budget

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Sept. 10, 2013

Making ends meet can be daunting with soaring food prices. This seminar will provide tips, menus, and recipes to help you stretch your food dollar while building healthy meals that are delicious, nutritious and affordable.

Blair Gowens Tasha Joshua

Fitness at Work: Simple Ways to Move During the Day

Blair Gowens, Wellness Consultant
Tasha Joshua, Onsite Wellness Coordinator

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Program recorded Aug. 13, 2013

Whether you work at an office or out of your home, you probably know how hard it can be to squeeze exercise into your workday. Even those of us who are very motivated may sometimes use work as a way to skip exercise. Join us and learn ways to create a workout plan to take small exercise breaks throughout the day. Taking small breaks during the day may help you to be more active, feel less stressed and be more productive.

Kathleen Zelman

Nutrition Is the New Wonder Drug to Keep You Forever Young

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded July 9, 2013

Nutritional needs change every decade and are different for men, women and children. But equipped with a healthy diet, physical activity and a good attitude – you may defy the ravages of aging.

Kathleen Zelman

Most Powerful Super Foods

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded June 11, 2013

Super foods can have disease-preventing nutrients that are powerful enough to help lower cholesterol, reduce risk of heart disease and cancer, promote weight loss and potentially improve your mood. This seminar may change the way you eat, shop and cook for your family.

Kathleen Zelman

The Magic of the Mediterranean Lifestyle: The Gold Standard for Heart Healthy, Longevity and Wellness

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded May 14, 2013

Learn simple, effective diet strategies that may help lower risk for heart disease and improve your health while you enjoy a mouth-watering cuisine.

Arleen Fitzgerald

Dealing with Difficult People

Arleen Fitzgerald, LICSW., Behavioral Health Consultant
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Program recorded April 9, 2013

You can find difficult people in every aspect of your life – family, friends, co-workers and neighbors. Learn how to develop strategies for dealing with them and how to minimize the impact they have on your life.

Kathleen Zelman

Must Eat Foods for You and Your Family

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded March 12, 2013

By loading your shelves with delicious and nutritious foods, your kids will stop begging for junk food. Learn tips and tricks to help your family make healthier food choices and develop good eating habits that can last a lifetime.

Kathleen Zelman

Smart Fitness: Fueling Your Exercise Goals

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Feb. 12, 2013

This seminar discusses how what you eat may affect how you perform and which foods are best for fitness activites and which you should avoid.

Kathleen Zelman

Best Weight Loss Tips Ever

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Jan. 8, 2013

This seminar highlights habits that cause weight gain and provides diet tips that may lead to a healthier you.

Kathleen Zelman

Holiday Social Weight Maintenance

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Dec. 11, 2012

Learn how to get through the holidays using "social weight maintenance," to help avoid packing on the pounds.

Kathleen Zelman

Eating to Prevent and Control Diabetes

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Nov. 13, 2012

This seminar focuses on the diet and lifestyle changes that may help you prevent the onset of diabetes or manage the condition with greater success.

Kathleen Zelman

Anti Cancer Diet: Eating Smart to Prevent Cancer

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Oct. 16, 2012

Research shows that there are foods that may help reduce the risk of cancer. This seminar reviews the American Cancer Society guidelines and teaches you how simple lifestyle changes may help reduce the risk of cancer.

Jacqueline Stiff, MD

Preventive Care: What You Should Know

Jacqueline Stiff, MD
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Program recorded Oct. 9, 2012

Many diseases have no symptoms in their early stages, but routine health screenings and annual exams may help you identify health risks earlier.

Kathleen Zelman

Unscrambling Fat Facts

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Sept. 12, 2012

Most people are confused when it comes to the role of fats and cholesterol and their role in heart disease, obesity, diabetes and good health. Learn about the healthiest fats, where to find them and how to use them in your family meals.

Kathleen Zelman

The ABCs of Child Nutrition and Physical Activity: Raising a Happy, Healthy Eater

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Aug. 10, 2012

Getting kids to enjoy and embrace a healthy diet and regular physical fitness can be a real challenge for parents. Join us for this informative online seminar that will give you tips and tricks to help your kids make healthier food choices and develop good eating habits that may last a lifetime.

Arleen Fitzgerald

Stress Less and Enjoy Your Relationships More

Arleen Fitzgerald, L.I.C.S.W., Mental Health Consultant
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Program recorded July 24, 2012

Stress – it's a natural part of life. Positive stress may provide the means to express your talents and energies. But too much negative stress can interfere with your ability to perform effectively and may affect your health, vitality and peace of mind. In this seminar, we'll look at different types of stress and give you simple coping strategies and tools to help you manage the stress in your life.

Kathleen Zelman

Walk Off Those Extra Pounds

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded July 10, 2012

Walking may be an effective way to whittle your waistline while it may also strengthen your bones, muscles and cardiovascular system. Learn proper walking techniques, choosing a walking program and the benefits of using a pedometer to increase daily steps.

Kathleen Zelman

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Supplements

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded June 12, 2012

From daily multivitamins, vitamin D to herbal botanicals – learn which supplements are essential to help fill in the nutritional gaps of your diet and give you a competitive edge.

Jason Lee

Men's Health: Making Healthy Choices

Jason Lee, Wellness Consultant
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Program recorded June 5, 2012

Whether you are 17 or 70, making healthy, informed choices about your body and lifestyle is an important step. Explore the top health concerns for men: Heart, prostate and brain health; diet; exercise; and managing stress.

Barbara K. Moeller, RN

Take Care of the Caregiver

Barbara K. Moeller, RN
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Program recorded May 15, 2012

While caring for a loved one may be emotionally rewarding, it can also be stressful, so it is important to take steps to safeguard your own health and well-being. In this seminar, learn the importance of balancing caregiving with your work, life and health.

Kathleen Zelman

Diet vs. Exercise for Weight Loss

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded May 8, 2012

Which is more effective for weight loss – diet or exercise? This seminar reviews success stories of weight loss along with the science that shows the most effective combination of diet and exercise to maximize weight loss.

Kathleen Zelman

Connections of Food, Energy and Mood

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded April 10, 2012

Good nutrition, key nutrients and physical activity can give you a mental edge. Learn how you can keep mentally sharp, influence your mood, relieve stress, put a zip in your step and help overcome the blues.

Kathleen Zelman

Simple Ways to Slash and Burn 100 Calories a Day

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded March 13, 2012

Forget about restrictive dieting, the most successful way to lose weight is to incorporate simple, doable lifestyle changes that slash or burn 100 calories a day. Small steps can add up to significant health improvement and weight loss.

Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD

Promoting Healthy Relationships: How to Recognize and Prevent Teen Dating Abuse

Elizabeth Miller, MD, PhD
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Program recorded Feb. 7, 2012

Nearly 1 in 3 teens who are dating admit they have experienced some form of dating violence and abuse. Learn to recognize the warning signs of teen dating abuse, and get information about prevention and intervention resources available.

Kathleen Zelman

Diet and Lifestyle Changes that Go the Distance

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Jan. 10, 2012

This seminar will highlight the small-steps approach to a healthier you. Realistic, sustainable health goals are the secret to slimming down, feeling energized and improving your health.

Kathleen Zelman

Best Holiday Ideas

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Dec. 13, 2011

Opportunities to eat around the holidays seem endless. Learn how you can make this year different using a "social weight maintenance" plan. You'll get ideas to help you de-stress and enjoy the holiday season without triggering a six week eating frenzy and packing on those extra pounds.

Arleen Fitzgerald

How to Survive the Holiday Seasons

Arleen Fitzgerald, L.I.C.S.W., Mental Health Consultant
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Program recorded Nov. 16, 2011

While you try to make everyone happy and juggle added activities, you may find that holiday stress can quickly deflate the joy of the season. Learn ways to cope with what can be a stressful time, and define what you want the holidays to be for you and your family.

Kathleen Zelman

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sweeteners: from Agave to Stevia

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Nov. 8, 2011

With so many sweeteners on the market, it is hard to know which ones are best for you and your family. Join us as we explore the latest science, diet recommendations, cancer risks, pros and cons of sugars in all its forms.

Kathleen Zelman

For Women Only: Keeping Healthy Through Nutrition

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Oct. 11, 2011

When it comes to nutritional needs, men and women are very different. Women's health needs range from extra iron and folate during childbearing years to calcium and vitamin D for bone health. Learn more about the foods and nutrients that can help boost health and energy, make you smarter, leaner, stronger, and help you look and feel your best.

Protect Your Healthy Smile

John Luther, DDS
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Program recorded Oct. 5, 2011

Dr. Luther provides helpful tips on caring for your oral health and that of your family. Topics include: When should children see a dentist for the first time? How is oral health linked to overall health? Does pregnancy affect your teeth and gums? You'll also learn more about the latest trends in cosmetic dentistry, including bleaching and veneers.

Dr. Chous

Eye Health Through the Ages

Linda Chous, O.D.
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Program recorded Sept. 28, 2011

Our sight is one of our most important and valued senses, but many of us are not doing all we can to protect our eyesight. Learn more about protecting the health of your eyes, and get the facts on common eye conditions and diseases that may affect your vision and overall eye health.

Kathleen Zelman

Eating Right at Every Age – 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, 60s and Beyond

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Sept. 13, 2011

Nutritional needs change every decade but when you are equipped with a healthy diet, physical activity and a good attitude – you can help defy the ravages of aging.

Kathleen Zelman

Test Your Food IQ

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Aug. 9, 2011

Sample topics include: Do you know what the new 2010 Dietary Guidelines mean to your diet? Is chocolate really a health food? Will the real whole grain please stand up? Do artificial sweeteners cause brain tumors? We ask the questions, let you have a chance to answer, and then discuss the evidence that will help sort the diet myths from diet facts.

Kathleen Zelman

Eating a Diet Closer to the Earth, from Vegetarian to Flexitarian

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded July 12, 2011

Eating a diet closer to the earth is a very effective way to lose weight, be healthier, prevent disease, and add years to your life in a way that is kinder and gentler to the planet. Learn how you can move your diet in the right direction – from vegetarian to flexitarian (a plant-based diet that includes some animal products).

Kathleen Zelman

Keeping Food Safe in the Kitchen, at Picnics and on the Buffet

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded June 14, 2011

Keeping food safe is not that hard once you know the basic rules. Keep your family's food supply safe, especially when warm weather encourages unwelcomed bacterial growth.

Protect Your Paycheck – Get the Facts on Disability

Carol A. Harnett, MS
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Program recorded May 19, 2011

The purpose of disability insurance is to help us when we need to leave work for reasons such as having a baby, caring for a sick parent or child, or dealing with our own health issues. This webinar will give you an overview of the helpful resources that may be available to you.

Kathleen Zelman

Food 101: The Truth about What You Eat

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded May 10, 2011

Setting the record straight on foods that get lots of buzz in the media like processed foods, artificial sweeteners, saturated fats, kombucha, macca, beet juice, carbs, coconut oil and more. Learn how to navigate the grocery aisles to select the very best foods for good health.

Kathleen Zelman

Mindful Eating: Discouraging Emotional and Disordered Eating

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded April 14, 2011

We all eat weirdly during times of emotional stress but quirky eating habits, if left unchecked, can develop into serious food issues. Learn how to eat more mindfully while avoiding the traps that could lead to emotional and disordered eating.

Rhonda Medows, MDCarol Calvin

Heart Health: What You Need to Know

Rhonda Medows, MD
Carol Calvin, RN, MS, CPHQ

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Program recorded Feb. 25, 2011

Heart disease is the number one killer of women, and contributes to more deaths each year than the next five causes of death combined. Learn more about assessing your risk, recognizing the symptoms of heart disease, heart attack and stroke, understanding the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease, and creating a heart-healthy lifestyle. While there are some risk factors that we can't control, there are several things you can do to improve your heart health, and there is no better time to take charge of your heart health than NOW.

Kathleen Zelman

Healing Foods: Let Food be Thy Medicine

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Feb. 15, 2011

Learn how you can use foods to stay healthy – nourishing the body, and helping it to regenerate and repair itself.

Kathleen Zelman

Eating to Prevent and Control Diabetes

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Nov. 16, 2010

Diabetes is on the rise, even though most cases of diabetes are preventable with healthy lifestyle changes. Nutritionist Kathleen Zelman provides tips on diet and lifestyle changes that can help you prevent the onset of diabetes and manage the condition with greater success.

Kathleen Zelman

Forever Young Nutrition:
Perimenopause and Beyond

Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD
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Program recorded Aug. 17, 2010

During the perimenopausal period, a woman's body begins to undergo changes that may affect her overall health and well being. Nutritionist Kathleen Zelman shares practical tips to help you stay healthy and feel good during this stage of your life.

Patricia T. Horvath

Summer Skin Safety

Patricia Horvath, RN, MSN
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Program recorded on July 13, 2010

Did you know that your skin is the largest organ of your body? Your skin separates the inside of your body from the outside world. Summertime can be the worst time for skin irritation caused by such things as allergens, sunburn and heat. Learn how to protect your skin from these irritants, cancers and rapid aging.

Rhonda L. Randall

Understanding Advance Directives

Rhonda L. Randall, D.O. and Nancy Williams, RN
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Program recorded April 13, 2010

Advance directives are legal documents that allow you to plan and make your own end-of-life wishes known in the event that you are unable to communicate. Having important conversations about end-of-life care can be a great gift to your family and loved ones.

Runners World Magazine

Get After It

Carrie Tollefson, 2004 Olympian
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Program recorded Jan. 12, 2010

Professional athletes understand the value of a good coach and training partner, but you don't need to be a professional athlete to benefit from a training partner. A partner can help you set goals for your health and fitness, and can help motivate you to take action. She can check on your progress, celebrate your accomplishments, and provide encouragement along the way. No matter where you are today in your own wellness journey today, it's time to "Get After It" and be as healthy as you can be. Join us to hear Carrie Tollefson's personal story, and get some practical advice to help you on your own journey.

Aretha (Hill) Thurmond

Choosing to Live a Healthier Lifestyle

Aretha (Hill) Thurmond Olympic athlete
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Program recorded Dec. 15, 2009

All of us make choices every day that affect our health and the way we feel. We know what we "should" do... but we get busy, and before you know it, we're skipping breakfast, or grabbing a quick dinner at the drive-through. Have you been thinking about making some changes in your own life? Are you worried about a family history of heart disease or diabetes? Do you want to become more active, and live a healthier lifestyle? Join us and get practical tips from Aretha to incorporate healthier habits into your daily life.

Winnie King

Screenings Save Lives

Winnie King, MD, host of PBS program "Keeping Kids Healthy."
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Program recorded Sept. 24, 2009

Let's face it – going to see your doctor is not exactly one of your top 10 favorite things to do. It takes up valuable time, and can interfere with the never-ending list of chores and activities that make up our lives, making it easy to find reasons to put it off for another day. But that decision could cost you and your family more than you may realize. When it comes to screenings and annual exams, taking action sooner rather than later is key. In the June online seminar, Dr. Winnie King showed you how to be the best Chief Health Officer for your family. In this seminar, she will give you the latest news about which screening exams can save lives. Hopefully, you will walk away with a whole new outlook on going to the doctor.

Sue Parks

Ten Steps to Living a Healthier Life

Susan B. Parks, founder and CEO of WalkStyles.
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Program recorded July 14, 2009

This webinar will focus on how to set, track, achieve and reward simple daily goals around activity, nutrition, weight management and more. We will cover how to find time to be healthy in your busy day. We'll even address how to engage your friends, family and coworkers so they don't sabotage your healthy efforts! Afterwards, you can join our 10-week program to track our wellness progress together.

Winnie King

Women as the Chief Health Officer of the Family

Winnie King, MD, host of PBS program "Keeping Kids Healthy."
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Program recorded June 11, 2009

Your role as Chief Health Officer (CHO) is an important job – one with no particular description, but one that can mean the difference between life and death for the people you love. It turns out that the CHO controls 85% of all family health care decisions and two-thirds of our health care dollars. Dr. Winnie King will discuss what it means to be the Chief Health Officer of the family, and why it's important to maintain your own health.

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