Nashua celebrates healthy living
This week marks National Public Health Week, and Whalen is joining numerous other health advocates to try to educate and motivate local families to live healthier lives through nutrition, exercise and stress management.
“We are committed to helping everyone in the community live a healthier life by starting with simple steps. These small steps could include walking the heritage rail trail on your lunch break, understanding and managing your stress levels or making sure that you and your family are making safe and healthy food choices,” said Kerran Vigroux, director of the Division of Public Health and Community Services.
• Seminar about lower extremity peripheral artery disease at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center.
• A stretching program for Nashua city employees at noon on Wednesday at Nashua City Hall and at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Nashua High School South.
• Eating for High Energy course at 1 p.m. Thursday at Nashua City Hall for municipal employees.
• Lunchtime bike and walk with the mayor starting at noon on Friday at the Nashua Heritage Rail Trail.
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