Wednesday, December 11, 2013 | 6:30pm
We all know how important it is to exercise, but did you know how important it is to exercise after breast surgery? Even having a lumpectomy can significantly affect the movement and strength of your upper limb. If you have reconstruction using a muscle flap, you can be affected even more, and not just… in your arm.
Join Erin Clements, PT, for information about exercise after having breast surgery, and get some tips on what you can do to improve your function and quality of life.
Location: BCANS Resource Centre, Mill Cove Plaza, 967 Bedford Highway, Suite 205, Bedford.
To RSVP: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (902) 465-2685.
Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Human Health: What are the implications?
The New York Times said they may be the tobacco of our time; Adria Vasil says they’re worse than that, since they’re found in so many products from cosmetics and cleaners to canned foods and cars. They are linked to breast and prostate cancer, autism, thyroid problems, ADHD and more. To learn more about these chemicals, follow the link; “Endrocrine Disrupting Chemicals”