A "Thousand Points of Pink" is a month-long series of fun events designed to educate women about breast cancer.
Class topics include physical and emotional changes of pregnancy, warning signs, nutrition, labor signs, and the process of labor.
This is an education and support group for adults coping with loss. All are welcome.
This class teaches the basic elements of breastfeeding, answers to questions related to breastfeeding and returning to work, plus it demonstrates products helpful to new and experienced mothers.
This class is for women and their partners who are planning a pregnancy or who are pregnant for the first time. Learn about early prenatal care including nutrition and exercise, aids for the discomfort of pregnancy, fetal growth, and the choice to breastfeed.
HypnoBirthing® is a wonderful approach to a gentle, comfortable, and joyful birthing experience.
Lamaze preparation for childbirth teaches that birth is normal, natural, and healthy.
This class is for children ages three to 10 years old who are expecting a new baby in their family. Children will learn about their mother's stay in the hospital and ways to assist in caring for the new baby at home.
An ostomy support group meets the third Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in Intermountain’s Employee Services Center, 5245 South College Drive in Murray. Anyone with an ostomy or anyone who assists a person with an ostomy is invited to come get support and education.
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