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Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Junior Volunteer Program Information Session

Provided by Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Auxiliary will be conducting an information session about the Junior Volunteer program on Saturday December 10, 2016 at 10:00 a. m. at the Hylton Education Center (HEC) located inside the hospital’s garden level. Every year in January, the Auxiliary opens its doors to new applicants.  It is a …

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Bedrock YOGA Presents Yoga for Wellness: Immune Booster

Provided by bedrock YOGA A focused and revitalized immune system combined with a relaxed nervous system will help you resist and throw off winter’s infections more readily. Yoga postures, pranayama, relaxation, and meditation are powerful tools to help stimulate or calm your immune response as needed. This workshop will explore preps and poses to both strengthen and calm your immune …

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PWCS Aquatics Center Offers Fun for All, Membership Discounts

Provided by Prince William County Schools (PWCS) From Swim Lessons to Parents’ Night Out, PWCS Aquatics Center Offers Fun for All. Don’t miss out on fun and fitness just because cold weather is here. If you like to swim, or need to learn, pay a visit to the county’s newest swimming pool, the PWCS Aquatics Center, open to the entire …

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Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Names New President

Provided by Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center Sentara Northern Virginia Medical Center (SNVMC) has named Katherine A. Johnson, Ph.D., as its new president. Johnson joined Sentara Healthcare in June of this year as vice president and chief operating officer of SNVMC and in August assumed the day-to-day oversight of the hospital during the search for a new president. She will …

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Connect Kids with Food for Healthy Habits

More than nine in 10 millennial moms think it’s important for their kids to learn about where their food comes from, and more than three-quarters of those moms actively do things with their kids to help learn just that, according to recent findings. Building healthy habits is the top reason moms cite for encouraging more learning when it comes to …

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At Home or On the Road, Holiday Safety Tips for Kids

Provided by the Prince William County Department of Fire & Rescue The holidays are a fun time of year with the anticipation of getting gifts, seeing family and being out of school. It is also an important time of year to be mindful of your children’s safety. Holiday decorations, traveling, and visiting new locations that may not be childproofed can …

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Landmark 21st Century Cures Act Passes House

Provided by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock’s Office Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) released the following statement after voting in favor of the House-Senate negotiated 21st Century Cures Act, which passed the House by a vote of 392 to 26.  The legislation will now go to the Senate for final approval before being sent to the president for signature: “The 21st Century Cures …

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Bedrock YOGA Announces Teen Yoga Mini-Session

Provided by bedrock YOGA Bedrock will offer a teen yoga session on Wednesdays from 4:00-5:00 p. m. beginning November 30 and ending December 21. This session is geared to teens age 13-15 and will introduce the foundation poses of a beginning practice, along with breathing techniques. No experience is necessary. Bedrock YOGA is located at 9116 Center Street, Suites 104 …

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Rep. Comstock Statement on Opioid Addiction Being Declared a Public Health Emergency in Virginia

Provided by Congresswoman Barbara Comstock’s Office Congresswoman Barbara Comstock (R-VA) released the following statement after opioid addiction was declared a Public Health Emergency in Virginia by the state Health Commissioner: “Whether it is a friend, a neighbor, or a loved one, addiction does not discriminate against who it harms and we must work as a community to take the opioid …

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Therapist’s new position helps teens and families in crisis

Provided by Marianne Clyde Center for Holistic Psychotherapy Anna Marie Askin-Evans, newly appointed Director of Adolescent Programs at the Marianne Clyde Center for Holistic Psychotherapy, is one of the creators of the Teen Diversion Program designed to keep low risk kids, often first-time offenders, from getting lost in the Juvenile Justice System. Written and administered in partnership with the Court …

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