19th at Cascade Park. This non-competitive 5k is a wonderful opportunity to come together as a community to raise awareness about breast cancer, its health risks, and the recovery process. Join hundreds of others in taking the first step against breast cancer by registering for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Oct. 19th. Check in will begin at 9 a.m.
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Medical panel in Forsyth Co. offers advice on surviving breast cancer | myfox8.com
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Wild About Health: Children’s health fair is Sunday in Ukiah – Ukiah Daily Journal
Each of the five panelists spoke of significant research updates in the past two years. A separate panel discussion focused on helping survivors better deal with what is known as chemo brain, when chemotherapy treatments have a dulling effect on cognitive recognition. According to several medical studies, nearly half of patients taking cancer drugs experience a decrease in mental sharpness that can last from a few days to several years. Cancer Services also arranged a panel of survivors to share their stories, as well as a fashion show and boutique. Dr.
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Pomo Shrine Club will be offering screening for specific childhood conditions including orthopedics, burns, spinal cord injury, cleft lip with free surgery to repair, specialized plastic surgery and more. The non-clinical/ interactive and informational component will include: a Soroptimist bike rodeo with free helmets for those in need; Yokayo Bowl’s mock bowling alley; a kid’s challenge obstacle course in memory of the late Dr. Sid Maurer; the city of Ukiah’s hoop booth; and the Boys and Girls Club’s eating healthy, hands-on activities. Focused specifically around healthy eating, Headstart will be offering an apple variety taste test; Gardens Project, a pedal powered smoothie ride; Pinoleville Native American Head Start, a coloring book in the Pomo language, reading and food group activities. The day’s events will include lots of opportunities for reading and art and new to the event this year is DJ Ken Steely, who will be spinning kid-friendly songs throughout the day. Fourteen-year-old Fill-Up the Clown from Lake County will be available to tell stories and make balloon creations. Upon arrival, each child will receive a special, tiger-themed backpack and a passport with a certain number of spots to be filled on that passport.
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