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Promote Health. Prevent Cancer. program to be held at Noyes Memorial Hospital

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DANSVILLE – While some may believe cancer strikes at random, there are many things you can do to help reduce your risk.

UR Medicine’s Center for Community Health & Prevention, Wilmot Cancer Institute, and Noyes Health are combining forces to help keep you healthy with the Promote Health. Prevent Cancer. program.

This free, eight-week program starts at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023 and will be held in the conference rooms at Noyes Memorial Hospital.

The program will teach you how small changes can add up to make a big difference in increasing your overall health and wellbeing. The series of classes combine nutrition education and light physical activity with a goal of making you healthier and happier. Weekly topics range from “Healthy Eating Patterns & Portion Sizes” to “Added Sugars & Sweetened Beverages.”

“As I got older I was noticing many changes in my health – how I was sleeping, my energy and some minor aches and joint pains,” said Richard Cotten, a recent program participant. “I decided to take the Promote Health. Prevent Cancer. class to see if it would help. There has been so much improvement since I started doing what I’ve learned, I would encourage anyone looking to make a change to sign up.”

This program is perfect for those interested in making a change in their health, making and maintaining changes in diet, increasing physical activity and reducing cancer-causing exposures like UV rays and smoking.

Since 2017, PHPC has been offered virtually and in person at various community-based locations throughout the Finger Lakes. Join others with similar health goals in the first program of the new year, Tuesday, January 10 at Noyes Health.

To register, contact class facilitator and Regional Program Coordinator Katie Bauer at (585) 350-9190 or email [email protected]

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