Speaker Tracy Granberry, Registered Dietician, The Claremont Club, presents Eating Well for a Healthy Heart. Ms. Granberry will talk about how to make heart healthy choices, in the dining hall and the grocery store, as part of our “Go Red” series of events to promote heart disease awareness.
Dr. Fatima Hakkah, cardiologist at the San Antonio Community Hospital, offers an informative lunch presentation about women and cardiovascular disease. According to the American Heart Association, cardiovascular disease is the leading killer of women over age 25. It kills nearly twice as many women in the United States than all types of cancer, including breast cancer. Only 13 percent of women think heart disease is a threat to their health.
The Breast Health Awareness campaign has arrived to bring education and empowerment to the entire Scripps College Community
CLAREMONT, Calif. (February 7, 2008) — Dr. Susan M. Love, known worldwide as one of the founders of the breast cancer advocacy movement, will speak on eradicating the disease in Balch Auditorium at Scripps College on Thursday, February 7, as part of Malott Commons’ Voice and Vision Speaker Series.
Scripps women often lend a hand to a cause they believe in. So, when the Komen Breast Cancer Foundation announced the 10th Annual Los Angeles County
With construction of the new Student Health Services building completed this past summer, the Wellness Center, Monsour Counseling, and Health Education Outreach are now in the same building. This logical consolidation means that students can go to a single center for any health-related concerns.