Did you know that administering Narcan immediately after an overdose can save a life? Do you know someone who is at risk of an overdose? Come learn how you can be prepared at Community Narcan Night. Thusday April 30 at Lynn Community Health Center. Learn more.
Are you concerned that someone close to you is at risk for an overdose? Come learn how to take action and save a life at:
“Community Narcan Night”
Where: Lynn Community Health Center, 269 Union Street
Studies show that bans of same-sex marriage can take a significant psychological toll on gay, lesbian, and transgendered people. Attorney General Maura Healy is weighing in on this public health issue by submitting Friend of the Court briefing in support of marriage equality and is looking for testimonials. Learn more here.
“Silent Killer” Lurking in Lynn
African Americans targeted at higher rates than others
By Dr. Rachelle Darout
Do I have your attention? Good.
There is a silent killer that lurks in our city, our state, and our nation. Its name is hypertension, also known as high blood pressure. Fifteen percent of all deaths in the United States list high blood pressure as a primary or contributing factor. One in three American adults has this disease.
Are you, or do you know, a senior who is at risk for falling? Learn how to manage falls and increase activity by attending “A Matter of Balance,” an 8 week course hosted by LCHC and Greater Lynn Senior Services! Classes will be held every Wednesday, January 28 through March 18, at Lynn Community Health Center’s main site at 269 Union Street.