Baby Boomers Dance and Cook Their Way to Health in New OSU Program
Nourishing Boomers and Beyond is a four part program created by Oregon State University Extension services. Extension family and community health educator, Glenda Hyde, started the course and has high hopes of the program developing in other countries. The program was created to help Baby Boomers take preventative action against chronic disease. It helps rejuvenate parts of the brain, skin, digestive system and heart, by activities such as dancing, cooking, and creating theraputic facial masks.
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