Cancer resource center offers course on boosting your immune system
By Elburn Herald
on October 5, 2009
GENEVAâ€”LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, a provider of non-medical support at no cost for people living with cancer, will host a series titled â€œThe Six Weeks of Wellnessâ€ beginning in October.
First in the series is â€œ10 Ways to Balance Your Hormones & Boost Your Immune System, Part 2â€ on Tuesday, Oct. 13, from 7:30 to 9 p.m., presented by Pauline Harding, M D. This program is free and is open to the public, but call (630) 262-1111 to register.
Harding will give an update on 10 important lifestyle choices that can dramatically improve hormonal balance and immune system response. Optimal functioning of the immune and endocrine (hormonal) systems is a key factor in treating many conditions ranging from insomnia, hair loss, fatigue, osteoporosis and weight gain to cancer and autoimmune disease.
LivingWell Cancer Resource Center offers an a place where people living with cancer, their families and friends, can go for information and support services that address the challenges of living with cancer free of charge to the participants.
LivingWell offers networking and support groups, educational programs, mind-body fitness classes, youth programs, a library, individual psychological and nutritional counseling and much more. LivingWell is located at 1803 W. State St., in Geneva, and online at www.LivingWellCRC.org. LivingWell is open from 9 a.m. 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and can be contacted at (630) 262-1111. LivingWell is a certified 501c non-profit organization and an affiliate of Delnor Heath System.