Tag: Health & Daily Living
Saturday morning, June 3, County Farm Park. Sunshine! Music! Smiles! Healthy Snacks! Almost 50 folks of all ages joined together for our first walk of the summer season! Packard Health family physician Ron Romero welcomed everyone and spoke about the benefits of exercise and walking, including building a healthy community. Karen Koeppe (coordinator and staff
February is National Children's Dental Health Month - time to encourage kids to choose tap water, when possible, to quench their thirst and avoid drinks with added sugar like soda and sweetened juices. So many health reasons to avoid these drinks!
Tooth decay is the most common chronic disease among children in the US. More than 40 percent of children have decay by the time they reach kindergarten, according to the CDC. So let's "brush up" on kid's oral health care! Begin brushing when 1st tooth appears Brush 2 times a day for 2 minutes -
The Pacers put year 12 in the record books - another season of walking the paths of County Farm Park. The inimitable Karen Koeppe, our Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator, has led the Pacers since the beginning. Special thanks to the Packard staffers who volunteered their time and a round of applause to Better Living Fitness -