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Participants Needed for “Nutrition in Disguise” Study Beginning on February 12th

We are looking for healthy adults aged 60+ who are living independently to take part in an exciting food-tasting study! Testing will take place once per week for 4 weeks (approx. 30 minutes per session) at the University of Guelph, beginning Tues. Feb 12. For more information or to sign-up, contact Olivia at: oromaniw@uoguelph.ca (preferred) or (905) 975-4345 Monetary compensation provided! ($15 per session)



Lymphedema 101 — Eating Well; Thursday February 7th, 6 to 8 pm

The next Lymph Learning event will be on Thursday February 7th from 6-8pm.  Our guest speaker is Angela Picot,  the Coordinator for the Food Fit program at the Guelph CHC.  Food Fit is an innovative program that pairs both light excise, food education, cooking and sharing a meal together.  This program is hosted by the Guelph CHC and across Canada by other community food centres!...

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Let’s Talk About Mild Cognitive Impairment: Free 1.5 Hour Workshop

In this session, learn about signs and symptoms, and how Mild Cognitive Impairment is different from dementia. The Guelph Family Health Team and The Alzeimer Society of Waterloo/Wellington are presenting this informative session at the Old Quebec Street Mall (Suite 212, 55 Wyndham St. N.) Register online at https://www.guelphfht.com/events/mild-cognitive-impairment or call 519-837-0099.



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