Healthy Living Class: Processed Foods, Fast Foods, and Fat In-Person
A free, eight-week program aimed at empowering participants to make and maintain changes in diet, physical activity, and exposures. These lifestyle changes lower the risk of cancer and other chronic diseases, while increasing overall health.
Promote Health. Prevent Cancer is an initiative between UR Medicine's Center for Community Health & Prevention and Wilmot Cancer Institute to provide evidence-informed health promotion and cancer prevention education to community members throughout our region. Curriculum is based on recommendations from the American Institute for Cancer Research, a member of the World Cancer Research Fund that interprets results of global research in nutrition, physical activity, and cancer prevention. These findings are used to create evidence-based recommendations for lower cancer risk.
Library programs are open and beneficial to all. We invite people with physical and/or cognitive disabilities to attend any of our activities and will strive to support individual needs. If you need accommodations to participate, please contact one of our Inclusion Coordinators, Matt Krueger and/or Amy Holland, one week prior to the program.