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On average, children spend five to seven hours a day on entertainment media, including televisions, computers, phones and other electronic devices. That’s up to 49 hours a week! Too much screen time can raise your child’s risk for developmental delays, learning and attention problems, anxiety, depression and other health issues.
Free advance care planning assistance offered by Goshen Health can help start a conversation about how you want to live at the end of life.
Even in the digital world, shredding important documents is still one of the best ways to protect against identity theft. On Saturday, May 1 from 9:00 a.m. to noon, Goshen Retreat Women’s Health Center will host a community paper shredding event in the Goshen Center for Cancer Care parking lot. Integra Certified Document Destruction Services will be on-site to help dispose of any unwanted documents. Suggested documents to bring include:
Children and adults need regular physical activity to stay healthy and feel their best. But for many people, getting enough daily exercise can be a challenge.
The next meeting of Goshen Health’s heart failure support group will be Thursday, April 8 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Greencroft Community Center in Goshen. This month’s meeting will feature discussion of a self-check plan for recognizing worsening symptoms of heart failure including the American Heart Association action plan for worsening symptoms. Written information will be available for attendees to take home, including a Self-Check Plan as well as a handout on Procedures That May Help Heart Failure. Masks are required and social distancing will be observed.