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Heart disease, diabetes and obesity are issues affecting many Bell Countians. A recent study shows that Bell County ranks 106 in health outcomes, which represent how healthy a county is. To help address and improve the overall well-being of our local citizens, the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service started conducting a series of classes on how to manage your diabetes. Participants receive recipes and researched-based information from UK on physical fitness, knowing your medical team and the importance of managing your cholesterol, A1C levels and blood pressure. Jessie Fee, Jane Baker and Wileen Black enjoy some stretching exercises led by Family and Consumer Science Agent Rebecca Miller.
Heart disease, diabetes and obesity are issues affecting many Bell Countians. A recent study shows that Bell County ranks 106 in health outcomes, which represent how healthy a county is. To help address and improve the overall well-being of our local citizens, the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service started conducting a series of classes on how to manage your diabetes. Participants receive recipes and researched-based information from UK on physical fitness, knowing your medical team and the importance of managing your cholesterol, A1C levels and blood pressure. Jessie Fee, Jane Baker and Wileen Black enjoy some stretching exercises led by Family and Consumer Science Agent Rebecca Miller.
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Heart disease, diabetes and obesity are issues affecting many Bell Countians. A recent study shows that Bell County ranks 106 in health outcomes, which represent how healthy a county is. To help address and improve the overall well-being of our local citizens, the Bell County Cooperative Extension Service started conducting a series of classes on how to manage your diabetes. Participants receive recipes and researched-based information from UK on physical fitness, knowing your medical team and the importance of managing your cholesterol, A1C levels and blood pressure. Jessie Fee, Jane Baker and Wileen Black enjoy some stretching exercises led by Family and Consumer Science Agent Rebecca Miller.

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