Let’s face it – chronic conditions certainly can make life challenging. But a challenging life does not have to be an unfulfilled life. In fact, learning how to manage a chronic condition can help you to live your best life. If you have diabetes – a chronic condition that affects more than 100 million U.S. adults – you’ll want to join HSHS Sacred Heart and St. Joseph’s hospitals for a presentation on how to better manage your diabetes and ultimately make your life easier.

The free presentation will take place Tuesday, March 10 at 29 Pines/Sleep Inn and Suites Conference Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the presentation begins at 6 p.m. Hear from local experts including a wound care physician, a certified family nurse practitioner and a registered dietitian. Resource booths and refreshments will be available.

Registration is required by calling 715-717-6565 or www.sacredhearteauclaire.org/Events-Classes.

This is the first installment of the two hospitals’ Restorative Health Series, which is designed to educate and support those who have a chronic health condition. Each unique installment will focus on new research, techniques for managing the disease and building a positive mindset for healthy living. Future installments will be scheduled throughout the year.

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Karen Kraus

Communications Department
HSHS Wisconsin
Office: (715) 717-4591
Cell: (715) 717-4747
Karen.Kraus@hshs.org

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