Health / Lifestyles

Protect Yourself: Medication Safety

Medications allow many of us to have better quality of life by managing pain, infection, and many types of health conditions. Though medications are usually safe when taken as prescribed, there are risks associated with any medication. Patients and their caregivers can stay safe by educating themselves about safe medicine practices. Join Becky Wilkins, Associate Director of Ambulatory Services for The Ohio State University Family Practice at Upper Arlington.

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Wednesday, October 28, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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Protect Yourself: Brain Health As You Age

You CAN make a difference! We all want to stay healthy and independent as we get older. Along with keeping our bodies in good shape, we want to keep our minds healthy, too. Developing a brain disease or injury as you age depends on a mix of your family’s genes, your environment, and your health choices. Join the discussion to find out how overall health affects your brain and what factors and health choices you can control to keep your brain in tip top shape. Presented by Amy Schossler, Director of the Upper Arlington Commission on Aging.

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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