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Page 12 BelJevue Planned Parenthood offers father-son programs The Bellevue branch of Planned Parenthood of Seattle-King County will of- fer classes on young men's health issues at its clinic, 1420156th N.E. High school age sons and their fathers may register for the class on Tuesday even- ing, February 15. The class scheduled for Tuesday, March 15, is for fathers and junior high sons. "Planned Parenthood is responding to many re- quests from parents for help in educating their own chil- dren about sexual health," said Lee Minto, Executive Director of Planned Parent- hood of Seattle-King Coun- ,ty. "We're offering these classes to help parents and children gain current ac- i Resolve! by shaping up and slimm- ing down. I'm going with the BEST, most COM- PLETE program available anywhere: GLORIA STEVENS! SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER GUARANTEED RESULTS Aerobics Inexpensive Programs No Contracts Easy To Live With Diets Advanced/Maternity Programs FACTORIA LOEHMANN'S PLAZA "" 643 5259 Sat. 9-3 "= 3700-A 128th Ave. $.E' Bellevue curate information and learn to communicate more easily about sexual con- cerns." Breathe easier with self-care course Overlake Hospital in Therapist in cooperation" Bellevue and the American with Barry Marmorstein, Lung Association of Wash- M.D. and other therapists, ington will co-sponsor a want to help these patients self-care course to help by teaching them practical Class leaders, Gary Beer- man, physician's assistant, Millard Petersky, high school counselor, and Walter Andrews, educator, will present information people with emphysema ways to live and breathe about men's health con- and other lung problems easier. cerns. They will discuss learn to breathe more effi- ciently as well as other skills Materials provided by the puberty, normal develop- which help lessen thesymp- American Lung Association ment in males and females, toms of the disease. The of Washington will serve as male responsibility in sex- uality and pregnancy and class will meet weekly on the basis for the class cover- communication with Tuesdays at 7 p.m. begin- ing anatomy and physi- fathers, mothers and peers. Interested fathers and sons may register by calling Planned Parenthood Bellevue at 747-1050. The class fee is $10 per family. Counseling program offered ning February 8 for five weeks. The class will be held in the hospital's cafeteria conference room Is B .I, Breathing is, a function that most people take for granted, but for the person with chronic obstructive lung disease, breathing is a constant struggle. Cathy MacDonald, a Respiratory ology, general health hints, breathing training, diet, and work simplification tech- niques. Spouses or friends of the participant are en- couraged to attend the classes to better understand the effects of lung disease and how they can help. For more information and to register, call the American Lung Association of Washington at 322-7110. at library Health insurance information "'Counseling: The Alter- native to Crisis" is a free public program planned at Senior citizens and other hospital. No appointment is the Issaquah Library on individuals can take advan- necessary for this free ser- Wednesday, February 2 at 7 tage of a new service of- vice. p.m. fered by Valley General Hospital. Problems or con- Medicare information, Speakers Beverly Brashen cerns regarding health in- qualified help in filing and Victoria Livingston will surance coverage can be claims, and medicare claim discuss how to go about discussed with qualified in- forms are all available. seeking counseling and surance counselors every Senior citizens are remind- where such services are Tuesday starting Februaryl, ed to bring their medicare available in the community, from 9 to 11:30 a.m., on the identification cards with third floor lobby of the them. -.,- - IF with "1 qP ISSAQUAH' silk screened on white shirt. Free* with each 2-year subscription t to the. Issaquah Press. Subscriptions must be issOU prepand ($17.50). Renewals accepted. *Additional t.shirb available for $7.50 each, by order. "Allow 3 days for delivery. (Pick up at Press office!) =11 || 1111111111 | iiiiiiiiiiiiWllm | Ill | 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 um II1111111111111111111mll|llm II In|| ii1=1111111 |ma i "1 qP ISSAQUAH" T.SHIRT OFFER Mail to The Issaquah Press, P.O. Box HH, Issaquah, WA 98027 2 year Subscription, $17.50 [] New [] Renewal THE ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front Street South 3,92.6434 i I I i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i Name Address Phone T-Shirt Size: Adult: Small [] Women's French Cut: Small [] Children's: Small [] (Sizes 6-8) Medium [] Large [] Medium [] Large [] Medium [] Large [] (size 10-12) (size 14-16) Looking good F ling 'Show Me Health' fair ......... page 2 Traveling health van .......... page 3 Running in Issaquah .......... page 5 Makeovers ............... pages 6, 7 Mental fitness ............... page 8 Sultan's hospital suite ........ page 10 THE ISSAQUAH PRESS January 26, 1983 i