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    Gaining a Healthy Relationship with Food

    Do you eat for reasons other than hunger? Stress? Boredom? Anxiety? With growing portion sizes and busy lifestyles, eating without listening to your natural hunger and fullness cues has become more of an issue. Eating should be a healthy, natural process, but often times leaves us feeling too full and guilty.

    Join OMC’s Dietitian Chelsea O’Brien, RDN, as she provides skills to practice eating more mindfully and gain a more positive relationship with food.

    Gaining a Healthy Relationship with Food

    Thursday, September 15 at 6:30 p.m.

    OMC’s Cascade Room

    To register, visit MyOMC.org/registration or call 715-294-4936.

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    Free Osceola Doc Walk

    Come along with Nicole Johnson, PA-C, into a 1,100 acre area of deep, wooded ravines, rare native prairie, floodplain forest and wetlands where we will hike on groomed trails through prairie and wooded areas and enjoy the spectacular views from atop old ski ruins. Leashed dogs welcome.

    Level: Easy to Moderate
    Directions: Head South out of Osceola on State Hwy 35. Turn Right onto 55th Ave.

    Free Osceola Doc Walk
    When: Saturday, September 17 (9:30-10:30 AM)
    Where: Englewood Trail (215 280th St. Osceola, WI)

  • FREE Baby & Me Classes
    Every Thursday 5 to 6 p.m.
    OMC's Physician Education Room

    Supported by local hospitals and United Way St. Croix Valley’s Success by 6 Initiative, “Baby and Me” classes provide a play and discussion hour for parents and their infants (from birth to 12 months). Classes occur on an ongoing, ten-week schedule with discussion topics such as massage, sleep, nutrition, baby sign language, reading baby’s cues, child development, separation anxiety, music, taking care of Mom, family traditions, and more. 

    Click here to register or call Family Resource Center at (715) 684-4440.