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40 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, March 28- April 3, 1997 Jane Brady and Mike Hall to be Briefly featured at steroid abuse seminar Foster earns chiropractic Wesley College, in partnership with the National Steroid Research Center, will host "Pumping Trouble: Steroid Abuse, Issues and Answers," Thursday, April 17 from 2:30 to 8 p.m. in the College Center. Leading the presentation will be M. Jane Brady, Delaware's Attor- ney General; Mike Hall, the World's Strongest Drug-Free Man; Cpl. Reginald A. Capitan, Dover Police Department. Robert Scarfo, RN, First State Orthopaedics; and John L. Lestini, Jr., chairman, National Steroid Research Center. "Our purpose will be to discuss the growing problem of anabolic steroid abuse, treatment, recovery, legal impfications and prevention, said Terrell Thistlethwaite, asso- ciate dean and director of continu- ing studies at Wesley College. The first-time conference is tar- geted to athletic trainers, addic- tion counselors, coaches, health- care professionals, teachers, school principals and others asso- ciated with young athletes in Delaware and Maryland. The pub- lic is also welcome. The cost is $25 and includes dinner. Delaware teachers and healthcare professionals will receive in-service credit for attending. Registration is limited. For more information and to register, call (302) 736-2352. Greim opens accupressure clin'c in Dover Retired nursing instructor Ran Greim has opened an accupressure clinic in Dover. Greim, an RN, has spent more than 25 years as a nursing instructor and has taught at Wesley College and Delaware Technical & Community College, Terry Campus. Accupressure frees the flow of chi, or energy, to help balance body, mind and spirit. A traditional healing method used internationally, it is most identified with China where it has been in use for more than 5,000 years. Its most immediate benefit is the relief of chronic pain and neck and shoulder tension, as well as overall stress relief. This is the first such accupms- sure practice in Dover. "I was inspired by these methods of help- ing people with the use of pressure points in the body," Greim said. Greim is a graduate of the Meridian Shiatsu Institute of Wayne, Pa., and is a certified Shi- atsu therapist. She is a member of the Ameri- can Oriental Body Therapy Asso- ciation, having spent 500 hours in training. She is also a Tai Chi instructor at the YMCA. Tal Chi is a series of slow movements or a form of relaxation in motion suit- GREIM able for young and old alike that lowers blood pressure and increases flexibility. For more information, call (302) 697-6149. group appointment Allen Foster of Sussex Chiro- practic Center has been appointed treasurer of the Delaware Chiro- practic Association. Over 50 per- cent of the state's licensed chiro- practors are members of the asso- ciation which is the oldest profes- sional organization of chiroprac- tors in Delaware. Foster's one year appointment was made by the association's executive com- mittee. Foster is a board-certified chiro- practor who has been practicing in Delaware for five and a half years. Focus on Health Groll to provide allergy educatic a on April 9 Beebe Medical Center is offer- ing a series of free seminars called "Focus on Health." The seminars feature differ- ent health topics pre- sented by Beebe Med- ical Center physicians. On Wednesday, April 9, from 7 to 8 p.m., a GROLL seminar will be given by Beebe Medical Center Family Practitioner Jerry Groll, M.D., at Beebe Medical Center's Gull House in Rehoboth Beach. Groll, who has a special interest in allergies, will speak on the topic, "Allergies: What You Should Know." Groll joined Beebe's medical/dental staff in May, 1982. Tax-Free Bonds 99 Tax-Free Taxable Yield to Maturity, Due 2/15/27 SCAC holds annual flower sale The Sussex County AIDS Com- mittee is sponsoring a spring flower sale. Orders for geranium and verbena plants are due by Fri- day, April 11, and must be accom- panied by payment (checks pre- ferred). Plants can be picked up at the SCAC office from Thursday to Saturday, April 24 to 26. For more information, call 644- 1090. He served his internship at the University of Massachusetts Med- ical Center, Worcester, Mass., and completed his residency at East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C. He received his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical Coilege in Philadelphia, Pa. Groll is board-certified in Fami- ly Practice. For more information, and to register for the seminar, call 645- 3332. Bhaskar S. Palekar, M.D., P.A. Proudly Announces The Association of LINDA A. CHq )Y, M.D. Board Certified in Internal Medicine Special Interest in Rheumatology Now Accepting New Patients at Two Locations 1526 Savannah Road 10 North Front Street Lewes, Delaware 19958 Georgetown, Delaware 19947 645-1805 856-9596 I I His Sussex Chiropractic Center is located in Lewes, and provides full service family chiropractic care, including sports rehabilita- tion, physical rehabilitation, mas- sage therapy and nutritional guid- ance. Estate planning seminar April 2 Beebe Medical Foundation will sponsor "Giving by Receiving," a presentation by Merrill Lynch on Wednesday, April 2 at noon and 5:30 p.m. Thomas C. Peirsanti, Sr., vice- president and estate planning spe- cialist at Merrill Lynch, will be the featured speaker. For more information, call 644- 2900. ASSOCIATES IN MEDICINE, P.A. is pleased to announce that Sue Issacs Physician's Assistant-Certified is now associated with our practice of adult internal medicine. Sue will be seeing patients in conjunction with Dr. Nancy Union and Dr. Phil Stein in our Lewes office. Sue has 20 years of experience, most of that time at Georgetown University Hospital. 645-6644 * 119 W. Third St., Lewes, DE * Hours: Mon. -Fri. by appointment. Now Also Accepting Aetna * Principal Health Care * AmeriHealth Sometimes, less is more. If you're in the 28% tax bracket, a tax-free bond yielding 5.75* pays as much after-tax income as a taxable bond yielding 7.99%. Wield effective 3/25/97, subject to availability. Yield and market valu e will lluctuate if sold prior to maturity. May be subject to state and local taxes. Call or stop by today for more information. Idcml $1PO Anthony Egeln New Devon Inn 142 Second St. Lewes 645-7710 EdwardJones Serving ladivideai Investors Since 1871