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Living Well With Diabetes Seminar Series Diabetes and Exercise: How to Get Moving and Feel Good!
To celebrate the 10th year of Living Well With Diabetes, Kovler's signature program for adults with type 2 diabetes, Kovler has turned this annual event into a series of seminars to bring you the latest in diabetes research and care throughout the year.

Each Living Well With Diabetes seminar will feature a theme and expert speakers to bring you the latest information on that theme. This seminar's theme is: Diabetes and Exercise: How to Get Moving and Feel Good!

Exercise is beneficial for everyone, especially individuals with diabetes. But you don't have to run a marathon or log hours at the gym to see the benefits! Join us to learn more about diabetes and exercise including tips and tricks for incorporating more activity into your routine, how to eat to fuel an active lifestyle, and more! And make sure to dress comfortably and lace up your sneakers for a fun, all abilities Zumba class to end the morning.

FREE registration includes coffee, LUNCH buffet, goodie bag and voucher for free parking

Date: 25 March 2017
Time: 9:30a - 12:30pm
Location: University of Chicago Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, 900 E 57th Street, 1st Floor Lobby, Chicago IL 60637

Questions? Email diabetes@uchospitals.edu or call 773.702.2371 and select option 5 to leave a message.

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