Obesity and diabetes prevention program for caregivers of adolescent girls comes to Ellenville

December 2008
Hudson Valley Business Journal;12/8/2008, Vol. 19 Issue 48, p16
The article reports on the BodyWorks program to be launched by the Community Heart Health Coalition and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County in Ellenville, New York. The program focuses on obesity and diabetes prevention for girls ages 9-13. It will run for seven Wednesdays from January 7-February 25, 2009.


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