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January 14, 1983 - Image 33

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FIRST AID PROGRAM

Fee: $7.50
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Medical emergencies can often cause panic. What do you do? Our one day seminar prepares you to splint, bandage, treat
shock, care for wounds, burns and frostbite. Learn to help a choking victim and mouth to mouth breathing through "hands on
experience." Pre-registration is required.

BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC

PROGRAM

Learn CPR from cardiology nurses from Woodland Medical Center. Be ready if someone you love needs help. Find out about
one person rescue, t e si ns, signals and prevention of heart attacks. Pre-registration is required.

STRESS MANAP: MEN

-AM

Learn hOw to deal with stress on a day
basi. Discover the techniques designed to prevent and minimize all types of
stress. The methods are etfectivec::e4latiVelSt.easy to learn and can be used in a living and working environment. Join in a one
evening seminar.

Woodland - Novi
January 29 or
February 19

WOodland
March 24

Learn to take blood pressure, a vital sign of health and illness. Blood pressure changes with age, exercise, time of day and
emotions. Find out the difference between normal and high blood pressure through systolic and diastolic measurements in a
one evening class. Pre-registration is required.

Work that body! Develop a sleeker, firmer figure through vigorous:Awercise that <includes yoga, calisthenics, aerobics,
relaxation and back exercise. it's a total fitness workout choreographitid to current hit music. Ws lively, fun and works pure
magic on your body and spirits. Ongoing classes. Monday and Wednesday. 12 weeks.

Friday, January 14, 1983 33

Fee: $5000
Woodland -;Novi
640 p.rn. to 7:00 p.m.
January 24
or 7:15 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. through April 13

Fee: $2.00
p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Fee: $30.00
7:00 p.m. to 10 p.m.

JEFFREY De

Pediatrics, Meioses

.
CHITIS CO P LEX. Em-
s is the single t impor-
ih the workinglation.
C igaretteamok g,.air pollution, occupational ex--
posure, and r potential causes, afong with
treatment will e addressed by Of. < Paul.

COMMON SHA
HOOD. What
should a psych'
discuss such topics
rums, hand-bangi
bias, hyperactivity ai

LEMS
—he
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fted? Dr* D embs will
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temPe-tant-
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school p hc

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JAMES LESSER , M D

CAROL BARBOUR

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Internal Medicine Ritem

PitYChokilY
AN DT
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personat.
vo Men.. In 'ad:

ARTHRITIS AND IT'S'TREATM ENT
among the most widespread ailments in
ed States. Dr. Lesser will talk abo
causes oT i
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K. cal -Chan

will also be discussed.

Occur and

ENNIFER MEAD

merican Luny Association

FEB.

10

CAN I STOP SMOKING? Making the decision is a
necessary first step to stop smoking. What makes
a smoker stop smoking? Ms. Mead will discuss the
health effects of smoking, deciding to quit and
community programs for additional help.

ia t i

MAR.
3

1

NS, CALLUSES, INGROWN NAILS, BUNY-
AND OTHER FOOT DISORDERS. Ailments of
the foot affect us all at one time or another and
can be very disabling. Dr. Lantor will discuss all of
the common foot disorders and current methods
of treatment.

SEYMOUR BAXTER, M.D.

Psychiatry

MAR.
31

ALCOHOLISM '
Af
is
. A.Y.
:.
the country's most serious disease. What :n we
do about the medical, psychological, social - and
familial problems that alcohol intake cause. Dr.
Baxter will discuss treatment for the drinker and
help for the family.

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