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Cholesterol : the Good, the Bad, the Healthy

This 90-minute class is designed to help people with diabetes and dyslipidemia learn how to improve their lipid levels and other cardiovascular risk factors through better food choices, physical activity and medication.

We look at how participants’ knowledge, attitudes, skills and self-efficacy influence heart healthy behaviors, and how to change those behaviors when necessary.

Strategies for change include: goal setting, modeling behavior, and positive feedback.

This class is held twice a month (every other Friday) from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. in room 270. To register, call (617) 732-2440.

Page last updated: April 18, 2014