Preventive Health for Adults Program at Campbell Library

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Drinking coffee is a daily routine for many people. You might have heard of caffeine’s health benefits. However, do you know the potential risk of over drinking?   You might have also heard that drinking modest amounts of wine, especially red wine is good for heart health.
The internet is full of all sorts of preventive health information.  Are you confused about what sources to trust? Join Dr. Schechtman for an informative talk on the following popular topics.   
  • Friend or foe? The facts about chocolate, caffeine, and alcohol
  • Battling the bulge: The best ways to reach and maintain a healthy weight
  • How much exercise do I really need?
  • Best strategies for preventing and early detection of heart disease and cancer

Andrew Schechtman, MD is a board certified physician in the specialty of Family Medicine. He cares for patients of all ages in his practice with Family Medicine Associates of San Jose (part of the DCHS Medical Foundation) and trains resident physicians to be family doctors at O'Connor Hospital.
 
Bring your questions. There will be a Q& A session following his presentation.

Date: Monday, March 23, 2015
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Campbell Library Community Room
77 Harrison Avenue, Campbell CA 95008

 
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