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NOW ANNOUNCING... 

Are you looking for an additional weight loss resource?
Eligible adolescents and adults may benefit from the MUSC Bariatric Surgery program, which includes experienced mental health professionals, dietitians, nurses and physicians, and is dedicated to helping patients safely realize weight loss success. Visit their website for more information and, if interested, register to attend a free open house to learn more about the program. 


  

  "TTYL--Gotta Work Out!" fitness DVD
     
The DVD sells for $9.99 and will be available soon!

Sign up to get yours today!!

Check out the videos below to see clips from the DVD:

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The MUSC Urban Farm is a great community resource. Be sure to stop by next time you are at MUSC or come for one of the community "work & learns."



 Fitness Sessions are offered:

Monday-Friday 5:00PM-6:00PM and 6:00-7:00PM (Deas Hall at the Citadel))
Saturday 9:00-10:00AM and 10:00-11:00AM (Park Circle in North Charleston)

**Please call to schedule fitness sessions in advance**









The Lean Team (Heart Health's sister program) walks the bridge the first Saturday of every month at 9:00am. Meet them in the gravel parking lot on the corner of East Bay and Cooper St. on the Charleston side of the bridge. You are welcome (and encouraged) to attend! Please contact them with questions.
Email: leanteam@musc.edu or visit: www.musc.edu/leanteam for more information. 



We are now offering clinic at these times and locations:


This Month's Group Session Schedule  

  • Jan 1st: No group—Happy New Year!   
  • Jan 8th: Stoplight Foods
    Practice categorizing Green, Yellow & Red Light foods—a quick & easy way to plan healthy meals and snacks  
  • Jan 15th: Praise and Rewards
    Praising good behavior and rewarding your child for meeting his/her goals is critical to establish healthy habits
  • Jan 22nd: Trying New Foods
    The most popular group! Try some new healthy foods. You never know, you might end up with a new favorite!
  • Jan 29th: Get Creative with Exercise
    Eating right is important for health, but so is exercise. Exercise CAN be fun, and it doesn’t have to be painful or hard!

    If you live at least 30 miles away from our group session locations and are interested in watching a recorded version, click here.  


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