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Events & Alerts
Healthy Halloween Treats - No Scaring You Here!Read more about the Healthy Halloween Treats - No Scaring You Here! event on Oct 12
No tricking you here! Enjoy this holiday while still practicing healthy eating habits. Learn about snacks, menus and sweet treats that will keep you and your family on track!
To register for this event, search under Educational Programs at the link below.Learn More about the Healthy Halloween Treats - No Scaring You Here! Close Healthy Halloween Treats - No Scaring You Here! Details
Beginner Belly DanceRead more about the Beginner Belly Dance event on Oct 13
This low impact, aerobic workout with emphasis on basic belly dance moves is a fabulous way to tone and strengthen muscles.
Participants are to wear comfortable clothing such as yoga pants, T-shirts, leggings, sport bras, and light weight shoes that allow for movement of feet and toes. Be sure to bring water and hand towel.
This is a five week course meeting every Tuesday through Nov. 3, 2015.
See you at Care Point East!
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Tips to build more steps into your day
Get some fresh ideas to help you track more steps through the Hit the Road with the Buckeyes challenge while at home, work, or play.
Surviving an Active Shooter
It’s scary to think about, but an active shooter can strike any place, at any time. For this reason, The Ohio State University Department of Public Safety, in partnership with the Office of Student Life, has released a video called “Surviving an Active Shooter” to educate our campus community. Your safety is our number one priority so please take a moment to watch.
Contact a Health Coach
If your health and wellness goal includes losing weight, starting an exercise routine, or quitting smoking, and you aren't sure where to turn for help, your personal health coach is just a phone call away. Health Coaches are happy to help you set realistic goals and provide you with support and resources that can help you along the way. All you have to do is ask. Click Read More to contact a coach.
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Clinical Research Center
4-H Camp Palmer, Fulton County
Assistant To Director of CAR
Center for Automotive Research