Join Allura Weber, Certified Exercise Physiologist, for a presentation on FALL PREVENTION

November 30, 2022By Regina Community ClinicRCC

Join Allura Weber, Certified Exercise Physiologist, for a presentation on FALL PREVENTION on Wednesday, December 7, 20221:30 pm to 3:00 pm.

Classroom area on the 2nd floor
(accessible by stairs or elevator)

November is Seniors’ Fall Prevention month across Canada!

Falls are the leading cause of injury related hospitalizations among Canadian older adults, 20-30% of older adults fall each year. Falls are not a natural part of getting older. Falls can be prevented!

Join us for a FREE Fall Prevention presentation sponsored by Saskatchewan Blue Cross and Regina Community Clinic. Learn tips to prevent falls and everyday exercises for strength and balance.

Registration is required.

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How to Beat the Winter Blues

November 1, 2022By Regina Community ClinicCounselling

With winter blowing just around the corner, let’s look at ways to manage the winter blues or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Approximately 15% of Canadian people experience SAD on some level in their lifetime. Common symptoms include:

  • depression
  • sleep problems
  • lethargy
  • overeating
  • irritability
  • feeling down and unsociable

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How to Beat the Winter Blues

The Lifestyles Department: Nutrition Education

November 1, 2022By Regina Community ClinicLifestyles

Increasingly, eating disorder, and child health experts stress that the current model of nutrition education encourages disordered thinking around eating. Pushing “healthy” foods can make children like them less; demonizing and forbidding “junk” foods may make children obsess about, hide and hoard these foods when old enough to get them on their own. Here are some tips to help rather than harm:

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The Lifestyles Department: School Lunches

August 31, 2022By Regina Community ClinicLifestyles

Submitted by Heather Dzioba MSc (Nutr), Registered Dietitian

September is here…it’s THAT time of year again! That time of year when parents are relieved to send their bored kids back to school, but dread packing lunches 5 days a week. It can be tricky to send meals that are allergy-friendly, don’t require heating and, to top it all off, appealing to your kids.

Here are some tips that may help ease you into the packing lunch routine:

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School Lunches

Nursing Foot Care By Meagan Newmans

August 31, 2022By Regina Community ClinicMedical, RCC

Fee for foot care services. Call Meagan to schedule your appointment!

Providing care for thick irregular nails, corn and callus reduction, ingrown toenails, and so much more.

In-home appointments are available.

Upcoming Foot Care Clinics held on Fridays:

  • September 23
  • October 14
  • November 25
  • December 16

Contact Meagan directly for fees, information, and appointment bookings: 306-313-0385

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Nursing Foot Care By Meagan Newmans

RCC Kids Club Camp July 4 to July 8, 2022. (Ages 8 to 12)

July 27, 2022By Regina Community ClinicLifestyles, RCC

This year’s Hawaiian themed camp was facilitated by the clinic’s counselors, registered dietitian, and exercise specialist. Children enjoyed games that included movement; preparing, cooking, and consuming recipes; making healthy food choices and learning healthy eating behaviours; and activities focused on mental health such as confidence-building, identifying and regulating emotions. The camp offered children in the community positive, educational, and enjoyable experiences that increase children’s self-esteem and overall physical and mental health. Single day camps will be offered during some PDOs during the 2022-23 school year.

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FASD July 2022

What Do You Know About Weight Bias?

July 4, 2022By Regina Community ClinicLifestyles

You probably have heard of different forms of social bias: racism, ageism, sexism…but you may not have considered another population that often is a target of discrimination. Weight bias refers to negative attitudes and views about obesity and towards people with obesity. Weight bias can lead to other negative consequences, such as stigma and discrimination. Weight stigma refers to stereotypes and misconceptions about people with obesity. Weight discrimination refers to the actions of treating people with obesity unfairly leading to inequities.

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July 2022