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Just a few weeks before the kids head back to school, and the last of vacations! Here are some fun games to get kids active even if you are visiting the beach!

 

http://activeforlife.com/21-active-beach-games/

 

The weather is getting warm out there, and there is nothing like a refreshing drink, but how do sugary drink harm your brain and affect your mood?

http://tinyurl.com/hzkk5gd

 

National Volunteer Week April 10 – 16: We at the Sheep River Health Trust cannot express our gratitude enough for the many volunteers that help our organization out throughout the year. We have such a wide variety of support from individuals to corporations. From the bottom of our hearts we Thank You for helping us make a difference in the Foothills.

Enjoy this video that shares how volunteers help us build vibrant communities.

Vibrant Communities and You from Volunteer Alberta on Vimeo.

 

You can really die of a broken heart. It has long been known that an unexpected emotional shock can provoke “broken heart syndrome” or Takotsubo syndrome. But statistics were lacking and no one had ever investigated whether an intensely happy event could give the same result.

http://www.ctvnews.ca/health/happiness-can-break-your-heart-study-finds-1.2801945

 

April is off to a fantastic start for our upcoming Radiothon. Okotoks Ford,Century 21 Foothills Real Estate and United Communities have all signed on to be Health Champions for the next 3 years. There commitment to our organization helps ensure that we can continue to support the many Health & Wellness initiatives right here in the Foothills. The article in the Okotoks Western Wheel this past week talks more about the importance of this donation. Only correction is the Radiothon is April 21st starting at 5:30am on The Eagle 100.9

http://www.westernwheel.com/article/April-an-important-month-for-health-trust-20160406