Heart Health

GO RED

On Friday, February 13, 2015, wear red in solidarity of women who are struggling or have struggled to maintain heart health. Submit a picture of yourself or others wearing red, and you will receive a Go Red pin. Email pictures to bjholloman@valdosta.edu. Please include the names of each person, department and date with the subject line: Go Red.

If red is not your color, there are other ways to participate. Submit a heart healthy recipe or personal story. Recipes will be compiled into a Heart Healthy recipe book, which will be given out during the Take Heart Luncheon. Feel free to send pictures to go with your personal story to bjholloman@valdosta.edu with the subject line: Personal stories. Please include name, a small blurb about the picture, and your department.

Participants will receive a Go Red pin. Participate in all three activities, and you can receive three Go Red pins. We look forward to hearing from you!


 Take Heart Logo

Friday, February 27, 2015

Mini-Health Fair

Free Health Information & Screenings (Blood Pressure, BMI, Glucose/Cholesterol)

10:00-11:45 AM –Student Union (3rd floor)

 

Luncheon & Panel Presentation

11:45 AM to 1:00 PM

Student Union Ballroom A

Cost: $5.00 (Pay at the door with cash or check made out to VSU Foundation)

RSVP: online www.valdosta.edu/training or call 259-5105 by FRIDAY, FEB. 19th

  Come hear the “Take Heart” panel. Two individuals will share their expert advice on general heart health, Know Your Risk Factors - Preventing and Managing CVD, exercising for a Healthy Heart with exercise demonstrations. ​

Panel Expert
Sarah Fretti Thomas, MS, ACSM-RCEP, ACSM-CES

Instructor, Exercise Physiology

College of Nursing and Health Sciences

 

Panel Expert
Dr. Serina McEntire

Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology

College of  Nursing and Health Sciences

 

 

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