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40 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 19 - June 25, 1998 Photo courtesy of "Sussex Countian" Golf tournament raises $10,000 for American Heart Association The Classic at the Greens golf tournament raised $10,000 for the American Heart Association (AHA) June 10, at Sussex Pines Country Club in Georgetown. Shown are (l-r) Bob Lore, tour- nament chairman; Bill Haughey of Tunnell Communities, the prime sponsor of the event; and Mark Steiner, president of the Sussex AHA board of directors. AHA launches national fitness program for women The American Heart Associa- tion has developed a national pro- gram titled, "Choose to Move," that teaches women how to incor- porate physical activity into their daily routine through creative and practical ways. Designed for women ages 25 to 54 who are considering becoming more active, Choose to Move is a 12-week program that shows Wilmington VA to open Millsboro clinic June 22 The ceremonial ribbon cutting for the new VA Primary Care Clinic in Millsboro will take place at lO a.m., Monday, June 22. Host- ed by the Wilmington VA Medical and Regional Office Center, the ceremony will be at VA&apos;s Mills- boro clinic, 214 W. Du Pont High- way, Millsboro. From IO a.m. to 2 p.m., VA will provide health screenings for high blood pressure, diabetes and cho- lesterol. Veterans may also have their pictures taken for the new Veterans Identification Card (VIC). Staff will also be available to provide information about the clinic or VA in general, including information on the new enrollment process. Arthritis program set for June 20 at Virden Center The Arthritis Foundation, Delaware chapter, will conduct the annual Southern Delaware Arthri- tis Awareness Day public forum, Saturday, June 20, at the Virden Center, University of Delaware, Lewes. The free program begins at 8:30 a.m. with a continental break- fast and will cover topics including surgery, medications, exercise and fibromyalgia. Preregistration is required. Call 800-292-9599 to reserve a seat. women how to set health goals, manage their weight and build a support system of friends and family members. "We're not saying women have to have perfect bodies like the ac- tresses and models they see on television. Most often that kind of weight-reduction program is dan- gerous," said Philadelphia cardi- ologist and American Heart Asso- ciation (AHA) volunteer, Veroni- ca Covalesky, M.D. "What we are saying is that women have to get up, get healthy and move, move, move. Obesity is a major risk factor for heart dis- ease," said Colvalesky. Participants can sign up for Choose to Move by calling 888-. MY-HEART, and they will auto- matically receive information that includes a brochure with ques- tions for them to answer. After they have completed and returned the questionnaire to the AHA, each person will receive a program handbook that contains health and fitness tips, resource lists and weekly score sheets. For every three weeks of the program that is completed, participants will receive an incentive gift, ranging from workout supplies to cook- books. Choose to Move is the newest component of the AHA's cam- paign for women, called Take Wellness to Heart. Sponsored by the Aetna U.S. Healthcare and Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories, the campaign is designed to educate women and help them reduce their risks of heart disease and stroke. Cardiovascular diseases, in- cluding stroke, constitute the ma- jor cause of death among Ameri- can women 25 and older, claiming more lives than all forms of can- cer and other leading causes of death combined. To get more information about or to register for Choose to Move, visit the Take Wellness to Heart Web site at the following: <> or call 888-My2HEART. The World's Smallest The World's Fastest The World's Most Sophisticated and Completely Automatic The Sens0 TM is 100% Digital DIGITAL HRINC, AID IDEX HEARING AID ASSOCIATES Millsboro - 934-1471 Hours: Monday- Friday 9-5 p.m.. Evenings available by appointment. 2 miles N. of Fit. 24 on Rt. 30 6 miles S. of Rt. 9 on Rt. 30 Kent General opens heart catheter lab The new Cardiac Catheteriza- tion Suite at Bayhealth Medical Center-Kent General Hospital was dedicated Wednesday, June 3. The W. Charles and Eleanor Clement Paradee Cardiac Catheterization Suite was dedicated in honor of the Dover couple who continue to offer support to their community through their local hospital. The Cardiac Catheterization Suite is an important addition to the special- ized services at Bayhealth. Each year, 700 to 800 patients are re- ferred out of this area for this di- agnostic procedure; it can now be done safely at Kent General. Diagnostic Imaging administra- tive director Ken Ayars said peo- ple will find comfort in having this service available close to home. "Our cardiologists, who practice right here in Dover, are board certified and have many years experience in this field," he said. "The Cardiac Suite features state-of-the-art equipment. Our support staff have tremendous catheterization training and hands- on experience." Cardiac catheteri- zation is used to detect cardiovas- cular disease. It is a diagnostic procedure in which a catheter, or tube, is threaded through a blood vessel into the heart to investigate the heart at work. The catheter contains an electronic device to measure pressure. For more infor- mation about cardiac catheteriza- tion or other cardiac services, call the Bayhealth Link at 302-674- 7042 or 800-287-3311. FREE ANONYMOUS HIV TESTING Sussex County AIDS Committee, Inc. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY SAYE ',0% MEN'S, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES FIRST QUAUTY FOOTWEAR AT A DISCOUNT Featuring: Sebago - Docksides - Keds Trotters Sperry Top-Sider * Tretorn Etonic New Balance Clarks of England Wigwam Reebok * Rockport Grasshoppers Best selection from over 15,000 pairs in stock. Men's sizes: N 9-14, M 61/2-15. W 6 I/2-14. WW 8-14. Women's sizes: N 6- I0. M 5-1 I, W 6- I0, WW 6- I0. 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