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​UPMC Horizon Wellness Center Offering Free Community Lectures in February

GREENVILLE, January 24, 2013– Lindsay Venditti, MD, family medicine physician with Greenville Medical Center-UPMC, will present wellness lectures every Tuesday in February at 6 p.m. at the UPMC Horizon Wellness Center, 26 Conneaut Lake Road, Greenville. The lectures are free and open to the public; you do not need to be a member of the Wellness Center to attend.

The schedule of topics is as follows:

  • Tuesday, Feb. 5, “Nutrition Labels” — Dr. Venditti will discuss how to decipher nutrition labels and use the information to your benefit.
  • Tuesday, Feb. 12, “Ways to be Kind to Your Heart!” — learn about heart healthy nutrition, exercise, stress management, and the benefits of getting enough sleep.
  • Tuesday, Feb. 19, “Fad Diets” — Dr. Venditti will discuss the myths and facts associated with fad diets.
  • Tuesday, Feb. 26, “Healthy Habits!” — learn how to change bad habits and develop positive permanent habits.

For more information, or to register for any of the above sessions, call the UPMC Horizon Wellness Center at 724-588-3001.

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