A "Thousand Points of Pink" is a month-long series of fun events designed to educate women about breast cancer.
This free event is Utah's largest family heart fair. Activities include health screenings, healthy cooking demonstrations, and a fun obstacle course for the kids. Come learn what your family can do to be more heart healthy.
Fifteen families from around Salt Lake County will be competing in the 2016 My Heart Challenge, which provides an opportunity for them to improve their heart health by making positive lifestyle choices, including diet and exercise.
This is an education and support group for adults coping with loss. All are welcome.
A free suicide support group meets on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in Intermountain Medical Center’s Education Center. The group is open to anyone over age 18, and is especially for those who have lost a loved one to suicide.
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.
Class topics include physical and emotional changes of pregnancy, warning signs, nutrition, labor signs, and the process of labor.
The Intermountain Heart Institute's Heart Failure and Transplant Program offers FREE classes to patients and their families in our community.
Those suffering from epilepsy or brain injury, as well as their loved ones, are invited to attend a free support group.
Come and meet people who have had similar experiences. Gain emotional and social support from patients and families who face the challenge of heart disease.
A monthly support group for widows meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 7 to 8:30 in Intermountain Medical Center’s Education Center. The group provides hope and support for those grieving the loss of a spouse.
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.
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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