Spring Into Maintaining a Healthy Weight

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Offered by: Kelly Fausey, CPNP- Brighton Pediatrics, P.C. As nice weather is approaching and we are starting to prepare for the upcoming summer months, many families are thinking about getting a healthier lifestyle.  is is especially important for the pediatric population due the rapid rise of obesity in children. By maintaining a healthy weight… Read more »

On Face Mask Use

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Offered by: Ellen McCormick. MD More than a year into the Covid 19 Pandemic most families have transitioned to the public health need for mask use by both parents and children when in public places. This doesn’t mean that this action is ever convenient. And it is human nature to rebel against inconvenience, I sometimes… Read more »

Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care

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Offered by: The Denver Hospice While it is an incredibly difficult topic to think about and discuss, pediatric hospice, palliative and grief services fill a critically important role for children and their families who are in need. Led by a physician, with Board Certification in Hospice and Palliative Medicine and/or Pediatric Medicine, a Team of… Read more »

I Quit

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Offered by: Willy Strohmeier, Colorado Karate Club I was about ten years old and had been doing Karate for a few years getting to my green belt. But by now, the sparkle of training had been wearing off. I mean, there’s a lot of repetition, a lot of practicing, and I was bored. I wanted… Read more »

The Heart of Home

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Offered by: Jan Hepp-Struck, Hepp Realty The kitchen has always been at the very heart of home. It’s where people naturally tend to congregate for family time, holidays and celebrations, craft and homework projects, and for some over the past year, it’s also become the office and/or the classroom. If anything, the past year has… Read more »

Time for Some Financial Spring Cleaning

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Offered by: Tim Roberts – Edward Jones Spring is officially here – and for many of us, that means it’s time for some spring cleaning around our homes and yards. But why stop there? This year, why not do some financial spring cleaning, too? You can apply some of the same principles of traditional spring… Read more »

The Value of Performance Training

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Offered by: Bryan Giger, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist Coach Every sport is dominated by athletes who can sprint, jump, and change direction faster than their opponents. Every collegiate and professional athlete prioritizes their off-season programs which requires a structured plan that improves strength, speed, and agility. It is also extremely important to stay healthy… Read more »