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Trinity gives advice on how to keep healthy resolutions


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Posted Online: Jan. 23, 2013, 12:19 pm
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Press release submitted by Trinity Regional Health System


Trinity Regional Health System will host "Healthy Resolutions You Can Keep," from noon to 1 p.m., Monday, Jan. 28, at Trinity Moline, 500 John Deere Road, Moline. Stacia Carroll and Jeni Tackett, Trinity wellness specialists, will discuss the Ps of nutrition, the dietitian cleanse and how to set yourself up for success.

According to the Dec. 13, 2012, Journal of Clinical Psychology, only eight percent of people are actually successful in achieving their resolution. Carroll and Tackett will provide tips and suggestions on how to make healthy resolutions and goals stick for the whole year.

There is no cost to attend the class. Reservations are recommended by calling (309) 779-2993 or email garetsbe@ihs.org.



















 



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