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La diabetes es una batalla constante, no sólo para aquellos que han recibido el diagnóstico, sino también para sus seres queridos, los cuidadores y los profesionales de la salud. Con el sentimiento de culpa, las ampollas, los números, las noches sin dormir no es de extrañar que parezca imposible que vengan días buenos por delante
Toma tu salud en tus manos a través de la concienciación, la detección oportuna, el manejo y el aprendizaje para prosperar viviendo con diabetes. Acompáñanos en el seminario web Diabetes 101 para aprender más sobre el cuidado, el manejo y la prevención de la diabetes.
Join Dr. Christopher Cannon, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Senior Physician, Cardiovascular Division at Brigham and Women's Hospital to learn about the common myths and treatment options for cholesterol.
In recognition of American Heart month, Dr. Cannon will address cholesterol and its impact on our blood vessels, how to determine your risk of a heart attack or stroke, and treatment options to lower your cholesterol. We invite you to join us for the opportunity to learn more about our heart health and how it impacts our overall well-being.
Valerie Machinist, Manager of Nutrition Services at Community Servings and a registered dietician with over 20 years of experience as a nutritionist and health educator, will demonstrate how preparing healthy comfort foods can be simple and affordable. During this session you'll learn how to prepare Shakshuka, a nourishing middle eastern dish made from tomatoes, onions, garlic, spices and gently poached eggs.
In addition, you'll also learn how to make the easiest homemade whole wheat yeast bread. If you didn't think you could bake bread, this will show you you're wrong!
This workshop focuses on how your lifestyle can influence your risk and recovery from breast cancer. Although breast cancer cannot be totally prevented, quality of life and outcome of breast cancer patients can be improved through important lifestyle changes, including physical activity, diet and mind/body interventions.
This presentation addresses the latest research about COVID-19 and how it impacts kids, specifically the population under 12 who are not yet vaccinated. Dr. Yonker will share information about the status of these vaccines, booster shots and the Delta variant as well as what you can do to keep your employees who have kids at home safe. In addition, she’ll address the long term effects that COVID-19 is having on kids, specifically with regards to long term illness such as Multi System Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C).
Lael Yonker, MD is the Director of the Pediatric COVID-19 Biorepository at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Center and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Since the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic, she has led the Pediatric COVID-19 Biorepository at MGH and has helped shape our understanding of how SARS-CoV-2 affects newborns, infants, children and young adults. Dr. Yonker is currently investigating the impacts of viral load and immune responses in children with SARS-CoV-2 infection or the late COVID-19-related inflammatory illness, Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C).
There is no single definition for how to eat the Mediterranean way, but it is traditionally a diet that includes lots of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, nuts, seeds and healthy fats, such as olive oil. A Mediterranean-style diet has limited intake of red meat, but includes other protein sources such as fish, eggs, poultry and beans. Overall, this way of eating has been shown to promote health and prevent chronic diseases, such as heart disease.
During this webinar, Valerie Machinist, Manager of Nutrition Services at Community Servings and a registered dietician with over 20 years of experience as a dietician, nutritionist and health educator, will review the basics of eating a Mediterranean-style diet, as well as demonstrate how preparing these healthy foods can be simple and affordable.
This workshop is all about improving your health and overall well-being by staying active with suggestions on how to get started developing an outdoor exercise routine. Will Campbell, a personal trainer with SplitFit and Beacon Hill Athletic Clubs, will focus on cardiovascular (walk/run) basic programs as well as other cardiovascular options (bike, hike, bodyweight movements).
Ergonomics is about improving your comfort, health and productivity with thoughtful workplace design. There are some small changes we can make as most of us are now working from home fulltime. Michelle Rex Murphy, OTR/L, CEAS, REAS, will show us how we can transform our space into a temporary office by using objects we have around our homes. Michelle has been practicing as an occupational therapist (OT) for over 19 years specializing in upper extremity injures, work related injuries, and ergonomics. She has been combining OT and ergonomics for the past 11 years. Michelle’s ergonomics experience is with office, laboratory, and manufacturing ergonomics, including remote/telecommuter support.
Don’t let social distancing prevent you from developing lifelong habits of health and wellness. The evidence supporting the benefits of strength training as part of an overall healthy lifestyle is well documented, and for all ages! However, strength training can be intimidating for those who are new to it. Furthermore, COVID has forced many of us to exercise at home where we may not get the guidance, instruction, motivation and support we need.
Join Split Fit instructor Will Campbell, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, for an inspiring and instructional session on the benefits of strength training.
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Check with your HR Manager to see if Split Fit is offered as part of your benefit plan.
After an 8 (or 10!) hour day, it can be tough to get on the floor - though you always do - and enthusiastically consume the pretend bowl of spaghetti your child has lovingly prepared for you.
For children, play is a serious and purposeful activity. Play helps children identify and express feelings, develop new and creative solutions to problems, learn and practice ways to self-soothe and regulate emotions, and cultivate empathy and respect for the thoughts and feelings of others. Play is also an invaluable tool in addressing the complicated manifestations of toxic stress in children (for example, helping them navigate a global pandemic).
Parents know play is important, but don’t always have the time to fully explore the enriching and nurturing power of play – for their children and themselves. This exploratory and FUN workshop will provide a “boost” for parents looking to structure engaging and enjoyable play time.
We are all gearing up for a new season in a new environment. Joani Geltman is a child development and parenting expert who will share some helpful information for navigating life with your teenager.
Mary Ellen Wasielewski is a Transition Coach, speaker, author, motivator and Chief Engagement Officer of BLT Strategies. In this workshop, Mary Ellen will guide you to create your own framework for a life of possibilities, purpose and passion unencumbered by the continual changes around us. Explore the strengths and traits that superheroes have - honesty, integrity, perseverance - and see how we all have them too.
Parents have a lot on their plates right now trying to manage during Covid, keeping kids occupied and teaching our children in a difficult world. Sheri Damon, LMHC will offer attendees strategies to stay present with their children while role modeling self-care. Mindful Parenting can aid in reducing overall stress and emotional reactivity which can lead to improved mental and physical health and wellness. Areas such as productivity, focus and responsibility growth can also be positive side effects of mindful parenting.
This virtual workshop is all about building, strengthening and sustaining relationships during the stress of the Covid-19 situation. Whether you are living with people or socially distanced from the people you love, Susan Trotter, PhD., Relationship Coach and Public Speaker, will share tips and advice to grow your relationships during the age of quarantine and social distancing.
In today's day and age, more and more people are experiencing burnout and finding it difficult to manage all that comes with this current health pandemic and civil rights movement. Now more than ever, it is essential that we make our own overall health a priority. The better that we’re able to take care of ourselves, the better equipped we are to show up, and give, and contribute, and love, from a place of overflow, rather than from the practiced place of overwhelm and exhaustion. In this workshop Maria Milagros, author, speaker and coach, will discuss the why and how of self-care, as well share practical and relevant tools to implement it into our everyday lives, in order to prevent or recover from burn-out.
We all learn our Alphabet in Grade School, but we’re never taught the basics about how to keep our immune systems strong and thriving. It’s never been more important to learn these simple ABC’s. Dr. Jan Seward, integrative Psychologist and health educator, will take you through some simple basics, from managing anxiety, coping with complexity, and even some basic nutrients that will keep your immunity strong and thriving during even the most challenging times!
Join AllWays Health Partners as we host Sheri Damon, LMHC as she explores the five elements of health and healing--C.O.P.E.R: Connection, Optimism, Play, Empowerment, and Resilience--she uses to manage the long term disruption we are all facing. Using these core elements may help to create a sense of security and manage stress and anxiety as we navigate a “new normal”.
Join AllWays Health Partners’ Manager of Wellness Programs, Lisa-Beth Doyle, and Your Care Circle Nutritionist, Kara Maloney MS, RD, CDE to learn how a healthy diet can help counter the impact of stress on your mind and body. During this 30-minute webinar, you will discover how stress can affect your food choices and identify ways to improve your diet to manage stress. You’ll also uncover some key nutrients to maintaining your health during these stressful times, and in what foods to find them.
With so many of us working at home during this pandemic, we imagine there are plenty of people struggling with time management and self-care while kids are at home. Led by a licensed clinical social worker, Sarah Scott Dooling, this free 30-minute webinar with Q&A will provide parents with specialized training and support to help them cultivate personal resiliency and reinforce their sense of a job well done in the face of daunting circumstances. Participants will learn how to develop personalized resiliency techniques and survival skills that quell stress and burnout.