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Many children do not get enough calcium and vitamin D. These nutrients are important in building strong bones, muscle function, blood clotting. We are learning a lot about vitamin D in chronic disease prevention, including diabetes, heart disease, certain types of cancer. Milk products are good sources of both of these nutrients, so making [...]
Join us at Greater Grace to celebrate
National Foot Awareness Month
Foot Health Fair Sunday, April 28th 1 – 4 pm
Come for your free:
Blood pressure check
Information on diabetes
Greater Grace ~ 1010 E. 56th St. N. ~ Tulsa
Show a friend you care by giving a gift that is delicious. Click here for Anna’s recipes that can be premixed, sealed in a decorative jar and then shared as a gift. Anna Reinwald is a MS, RD/LD, CDE for the Center for Diabetes and Nutrition Education at OSU Medical Center.
Almond Apricot Bar Cookies
“Beary Christmas” [...]
Healthy Holiday Tips from OSU Medical Center
By DR. ERIN KRATZ
OSU Medical Center
Fall is the perfect season to begin healthy holiday habits. Erin Kratz, D.O. is a family practice physician with OSU Medical Center. She offers several tips to help start the season off right. Dr. Kratz encourages maintaining a healthy lifestyle during the holidays so [...]More »
If you’re in need of a recipe for your child’s lunch, look no further.
Click here to get Anna’s recipe.
Anna Reinwand is a MS, RD/LD, CDE for the Center for Diabetes and Nutrition Education at OSU Medical Center.
For children summer means fun and more activity, especially outdoor and sports activities. Stretching and flexibility often come naturally for most children.
When it comes to preventing youth sports injuries, many parents often ask these questions:
Does my child need to do specific stretches?
When and why should my child stretch?
What kinds of stretching exercises are best?
Just like [...]More »
Does your babysitter know how to handle emergencies? Are they a “safe sitter?”
Do they know what to do if someone is choking? If not, we can help.
Thousands of young adolescents across the country have been trained by Safe Sitter® to handle life-threatening emergencies. During the course, students will receive hands-on practice in basic life saving [...]
Come learn to navigate the resources to keep your older loved ones safe, secure, healthy… and home.
OSU Medical Center presents a seminar to keep your mom and dad home.
Click here for more information.
(Tulsa, OK – May 1, 2012) “OSU Medical Center will replace its aging parking garage with a $9.7 million, three-story unit carved into the hillside,” shared Jan Slater, OSUMC CEO. It originally was thought that the improvements would be $8.7 million. However, after further investigation, it was determined that 100 additional parking spaces were needed [...]More »