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The Heart Foundation Walking Group meets at 7am every Tuesday and Thursday morning at Stockland Gladstone and you're welcome to join.
Enjoy free Tai Chi and Qigong in Lions Park, Gladstone, on the last Sunday of each month from 8:30am.
A handy contacts list has been developed for new parents specific to the Gladstone Region by the Healthy Infant Network. Healthy Active Gladstone Region has joined forces with the Network to positively influence health outcomes and promote the New Parents Quick Find Resource.
Community Nutritionist Nicole Starkey is working with the Healthy Active Gladstone Region program to assist sporting clubs make healthier food and drink choices. Ms Starkey is available by appointment to assess your canteen and assst with implementing the healthy choices. To make an appointment contact Ms Starkey on 4976 3106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We all know healthy eating is essential for good health. However, with only 10 per cent of adults eating enough vegetables to ensure good health and most people consuming too much salt, fats and sugars in their food and drink, serving healthier food in the workplace is an important part of promoting health and wellbeing.
ManUp Gladstone is a research project, run by CQUniversity, to improve the physical activity and eating habits of 35-54 year old men in the Gladstone region. CQUniversity is working in conjunction with the Healthy Active Gladstone Region, Active Link for Men project, to actively encourage men to be involved in this research project.
Healthy Active Gladstone Region has announced the public's choice of the Gladstone Region's Top 10 Parks and Trails. A competition ran late last year to determine favourite regional locations. Competition winner Trevor Plaxton (pictured left) submitted a poem inspired by his favourite park Millennium Esplanade, Tannum Sands.