CATCH Healthy Habits has given Mary McFerson new ways to stay active, both physically and in her community.
As we age, our vision changes, but vision loss is not a normal part of aging. Many eye diseases have no symptoms. Regular exams are the best way to detect conditions that can impair your sight.
The idea of changing our exercise or eating habits can be overwhelming. Genetra Bowser enjoys helping others find motivation to get started by leading Healthy Habits for Adults classes.
Debbie Schirmer explains how being CATCH Healthy Habits volunteers as part of the work day turned out to be a healthy treat for her and other Maritz employees.
For anyone who needs a jump start and encouragement to keep the momentum, there are some great tools available with Go4Life. Find out how to get started today!
An Oasis Better Balance class helped Lin Dempsey prepare to enjoy the challenge of an African safari. Exercise is important to prevent falls wherever you go.
Daily exercise and physical activity can slow down the effects of aging and improve our quality of life. A program of aerobic, strength and flexibility exercises will help improve functional fitness levels.
Adults over 65 are especially susceptible to the getting the flu because the immune system is weaker. Getting a vaccine before flu season hits is a smart choice.
Taking a long walk is no fun if you fall. Avid walker and Oasis guest blogger Betty Higbie has just learned some good strategies for staying on your feet.
Living a healthy lifestyle is especially challenging when its hard to find fresh healthy food. One way to help is to volunteer with Oasis CATCH Healthy Habits.
Understanding the facts and taking steps for early detection are the best ways to beat breast cancer. Learn and share what you know.
The Halloween season brings with it a lot of sugar, but there are plenty of healthier options that trick-or-treaters will be glad to have in their bags.
Sharing a Thanksgiving meal with friends and family can lead to calorie overload. Cindy Sue Blair's easy ways to keep your feast tasty and nutritious.
Guest blogger Julie Blow suggests positive approach to that first holiday alone, including keeping yourself on the gift list.
If being more physically fit is on your list for 2016, here are some tips for turning your good intentions into reality.
Macy's Home Store (2nd floor)
7125 Democracy Blvd
Bethesda, MD 20817 Map
(301) 469-6800, x211
Hours: Monday - Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.