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Community Health

Obesity contributes to various preventable health issues. Take charge of your well-being by participating in our community programs. Connect with an accountability partner and together, let's address these health concerns.

Blood Pressure


Blood pressure reflects the force exerted by blood within your circulatory system and is typically measured using a stethoscope while you are seated and at rest. High blood pressure heightens the risk of stroke and heart disease, while low blood pressure may lead to dizziness and fainting. Maintaining blood pressure within a normal range is crucial for cardiac health. Below, you'll find details on blood pressure ranges. For a comprehensive assessment, please consult your primary care physician.



Blood sugar levels indicate the concentration of sugar in your bloodstream, serving as your body's primary energy source. Consuming a diet rich in processed foods and sugars can result in consistently elevated blood sugar levels. Maintaining an appropriate blood sugar level is essential to prevent the development of pre-diabetes or diabetes. Diabetes occurs when the pancreas fails to produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar effectively. For more information on diabetes, please refer to the link provided by the CDC.

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Man Doing Blood Test


Body mass index (BMI) is a useful tool for estimating body fat based on a weight-to-height ratio. Maintaining a healthy BMI can reduce the risk of developing conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and stroke. You can manage your BMI through a balanced diet and regular exercise. For tools and a BMI calculator, visit the CDC's website!

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