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  • Baby Be Safe is a class for expectant parents, parents with children under 3, grandparents, and childcare providers. 

    This class focuses on how to prevent the most common injuries seen in children and ways to respond in infant and child emergencies. 

    You will learn about ways to help keep children safe in and out of the home, including car seat safety and safe sleep.

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      Thursday, May 13, 2021 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
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      $30.00, Registration Required
  • This class is geared for the very busy family who is looking for the basics of childbirth and delivering at St Luke's. 

    Topics include: 

    • the birth process
    • pain management of labor
    • decision-making and unplanned cesarean birth taught with the use of videos and lectures.  

    There is not time in this class for relaxation and breathing practice.

    Spouse, partner, or support person is encouraged to attend.

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      Saturday, May 22, 2021 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
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      $25.00, Registration Required
  • This series is a total of 20 sessions starting Monday, 5/3/21 and ends Wednesday, 7/7/21. Class will meet every Monday and Wednesday between the start and end dates. Included is an onboarding class, 18 educational classes, and a graduation class. The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) course is a whole-person health program that will help you make long-lasting lifestyle changes. You will learn how to integrate optimal nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction tools into your life. The CHIP course includes: Lab screenings Biometric measures Textbook Workbook Cookbook Exercise book Group discussion and peer support

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      Tuesday, Jun 08, 2021 12 p.m.-12:30 p.m.
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      $379.00, Registration Required
  • This class is taught by Jennifer Shalz, MD, a physician who is board certified in Internal Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine and is the Medical Director of St. Lukes Lifestyle Medicine Department. Dr. Shalz will discuss the role of lifestyle as medicine in preventing, treating, and possibly even reversing common chronic diseases (heart disease, diabetes, cancer, hypertension, depression, etc.). She will address chronic inflammation as the common underlying cause of these seemingly unrelated conditions and provide evidence-based recommendations for optimal lifestyle behaviors that help lower inflammation. Additional resources for exploring lifestyle as medicine on your own will also be provided.

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      Wednesday, Jun 09, 2021 5 p.m.-6 p.m.
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      $10.00, Registration Required