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Advocate Trinity Hospital Offers a Free Health, Walking Program

Take a walk with a doctor, learn about a new health topic and meet new friends every month.

Chicago Teens from South and West Sides Explore Career Paths and Tour DeVry University

Local nonprofit Girls in the Game offers free Leadership Institute to teens in Englewood to tour DeVry University, meet career mentors and explore college programs.

Bootcamp is Back!!!

Forever Fitness Chicago, LLC 8-Week Bootcamp starts on Monday, March 13th and you do not want to miss it! Classes are held every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Hamilton Park 513 W. 72nd St. from 7pm until 8pm. Please bring water and a towel. Cost for Forever Fitness Chicago, LLC 8-Week Bootcamp is $200 -OR- drop in at $10 per class. Learn more or sign up at www.forfitchi.com. Please follow and like us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @forfitchi @forfitchi @forfitchi

$0 Joiner Fee EXTENDED through Feb. 8th!

$0 Joiner Fee Extended at West Communities YMCA through February 8, 2014!

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE!  Call us at 773.434.0300 or visit us on the web to learn more!

Breast Cancer Screening and Diagnosis: Mammogram and Clinical Breast Exam

Breast cancer screening looks for signs of cancer before a woman has symptoms. Screening can help find breast cancer early, when the chance of successful treatment is best. Two tests are commonly used to screen for breast cancer.

Avoid Heat-Related Health Problems

HOORAY, SUMMER IS HERE
Enjoy the hot weather, but do it safely. Heat-related conditions can put a damper on an otherwise glorious day  if you don’t take precautions.

St. Bernard Dental Center Receives $20,000 White Sox Grant

Accompanied by his family, Dr. Vipul Singhal (center) is presented with a $20,000 check by Chicago White Sox Manager Robin Ventura (in uniform), along with Robert R. McCormick Foundation President and CEO David Hiller (far left) and White Sox Senior Vice President Scott Reifert (far right), May 14, 2012.

TEAM Run For 2012
  • In the Englewood community over half of the children are overweight or obese. TEAM Englewood’s “Run for 2012”, will be the kick off to the schools Health and Wellness Initiative.
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