Virtual Healthy Happenings

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Virtual Healthy Happenings and Resources Alzheimer’s Virtual Support: Alzheimer’s community resources: communityresourcefinder.org or call 1.800.272.3900; Alzheimer’s prerecorded courses:  training.alz.org Alzheimer’s Early Stage Social Engagement: Virtual Tour of the Albright Knox • Art Gallery tours • Virtual De-stress and Restore Chair Yoga • Virtual Music Jam Session, 716-626-0600 ext. 8997 or

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Virtual Programs to Aid Parkinson’s Community

Healthful Programs Go Virtual to Aid Parkinson’s Community: Local facilitators bring help and joy through online offerings Buffalo, NY, 3 April 2020 – Every segment of our community is being affected by the Coronavirus. The ways in which our lives have changed are as varied as we are,

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Tai Chi: Medication in Motion

By Harry Newman, DVM and Taoist Tai Chi Instructor Harvard Health says, “Tai chi is often described as meditation in motion but should be called medication in motion.” It is a low-impact, series of relaxing, continuous slow-motion circular moves that are never forced. But what is most

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Buffalo Bills Independent Health Renew Partnership

Health and Wellness Challenge – Independent Health and Buffalo Bills BUFFALO, N.Y. (September 24, 2019) — The Buffalo Bills and Independent Health renewed their commitment today to team up and tackle the region’s health challenges and promote better health and well-being for Western New Yorkers. Since 2014, the

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Mayors Park Playground

BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York, KaBOOM!, Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation and 200 Community Volunteers Unite to Build Playground at Mayors Park -Increasing Opportunities to Play for Families and Kids in North Tonawanda- Volunteers from BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York, the Ralph C. Wilson Jr.

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How Biking Impacts Climate Change

By Shannon Traphagen Earth Day, celebrated on April 22, is marked by leaders, citizens, organizations, and even bicycling companies, who want to help fight climate change. Our planet is currently under siege from carbon emissions and losing over 15 billion trees each year due to deforestation, land

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