The Diabetes Prevention Program is a program developed by the Center for Disease Control and facilitated by UMC’s dietitian and trained lifestyle coaches. Participants enrolled through this program will develop skills needed to lose weight and be more physically active. The program places emphasis on behavior modification, promoting long term lifestyle changes.
Class Schedule: A year long program with weekly meetings for the first 6 months, then once or twice a month for the second 6 months.
In order to be eligible for this program you must be:
18 years or older
Have no previous diagnosis of diabetes (Type I or II)
Diagnosed with prediabetes (or)
Screened at risk for diabetes (completed free of charge by UMC)
Contact: Rondee Boe Feltman, Licensed Registered Dietitian for more information about this program or the eligibility requirements at: 701-352-9386 or email@example.com
While it might seem simple to say talents can help others, actually identifying your talents and putting them to good use can be a little bit more difficult.
If you strive to live an altruistic lifestyle, there are plenty of gifts you can give your loved one on Mother’s Day that also give back to others in the community.
CDC Widens Romaine Alert as E. Coli Fears Continue
Teenagers are our future; by building them up and encouraging them—even if they’re not our own children—we can create a better future for generations to come.
Unity Medical Center complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or sex.
Powered by Firespring.org