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Gut Health: What Is It & How to Improve It
Gut Health: What Is It & How to Improve It

Your gut is home to trillions of bacterial cells, fungi, and viruses—all of which make up your gut “microbiome”. These microbes play a critical role in your health, affecting digestion, immune function, weight regulation, and more. Dr. Jennifer McQuade of MD Anderson Cancer Center, will discuss ways that gut microbiome affects our overall health, risk of cancer, response of cancer treatments; and how choices we make impact the microbiome and immune system.

Fit After 50: Add Days to Your Life & Life to Your Days
Fit After 50: Add Days to Your Life & Life to Your Days

Research reveals physical activity is a real-life “fountain of youth”. However, most older adults don’t meet current physical activity guidelines and sedentary behaviors are on the rise. Nutrition and Exercise Physiology expert Peter Pace will cover health benefits of exercise after 50, special considerations, how to develop a personalized exercise program, and resources to help you.

Is Makeup Bad for You? Choosing Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products
Is Makeup Bad for You? Choosing Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products

The average American adult uses between 6 to 12 cosmetics and personal care products daily--and many of these chemicals have never been tested for safety. Join Carla Burns, Senior Director of Cosmetic Science at the Environmental Working Group (ewg.org), to learn about common ingredients found in cosmetics and personal care products linked to cancer and other health concerns.

The Healthy Kitchen: Reducing Toxins and Chemical Exposures
The Healthy Kitchen: Reducing Toxins and Chemical Exposures

You are probably unaware of the many chemicals of concern lurking in the your kitchen. Environment expert Deborah deMoulpied will review the harmful chemicals that can be found in kitchens — and options to reduce exposure. In this webinar, you will learn about:
– Safe cookware and utensils
– Safe food storage containers
– Which cans are BPA-free
– Best types of water bottles to use
– Nontoxic ways to clean ovens and countertops

Breast Cancer and the Environment: What We Know & What You Can Do
Breast Cancer and the Environment: What We Know & What You Can Do

It is a shocking fact that one in eight American women (and around one in 800 men) will develop invasive breast cancer at some point during their lives. In this webinar, Dr. Sharima Rasanayagam, PhD, Director of Science for Breast Cancer Prevention Partners (BCPP) will discuss the ways environmental factors influence the development of breast cancer, and concrete steps we can take to reduce our individual exposures.