A Healthier You: Upcoming Classes, Events in August

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There’s plenty of  time left for some summertime enlightenment. In August, you learn about an anti-inflammatory diet for juvenile diabetes and nutrition for young athletes in the Bone & Joint Institutes demonstration kitchen in Hartford (above), therapeutic art, more art (Zentangle), coping with the stress of a medical condition, a motherhood group and depression/bipolar support group..

For a complete schedule, click here.

For a rest-of-July schedule, click here.

 

 

 


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