Events for January 8, 2018 - Bronson Healthcare

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Events for January 8, 2018

9:00 AM
Diabetes Refresher Class

Registration is closed.

Bronson Diabetes and Endocrinology Center

This is only for patients with type 2 diabetes that have been through a class but need/want further training

10:30 AM
Parkinson's Exercise Program

Registration Not Required

Bronson Athletic Club

An exercise program to help improve symptoms related to Parkinson's disease

2:30 PM
Baby Talk/Breast Feeding Friendly (meets weekly) - Kalamazoo

Registration Not Required

Community Room of Osthemo Branch of Kalamazoo Public Library

Parents and caregivers of infants up to one year old can network with other parents and share the joys and trials of caring for a new baby.

2:30 PM
Baby Talk/Breast Feeding Friendly (meets weekly) - Kalamazoo

Registration Not Required

Community Room of Osthemo Branch of Kalamazoo Public Library

Parents and caregivers of infants up to one year old can network with other parents and share the joys and trials of caring for a new baby.

6:00 PM
Freshstart Smoking & Tobacco Cessation Program - Bronson Methodist Hospital

Registration is closed.

Bronson Gilmore Center for Health Education

This behavioral modification program assists and prepares you to quit using tobacco.

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(269) 341-7723 or
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Monday through Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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