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Health Care Providers Lead Walks Across BC on Parks Day

Health Care Providers Lead Walks Across BC on Parks Day
With people increasingly glued to phones and computers, a walk in the park might be exactly what the doctor ordered. But on July 21st they’ll be doing more than just ordering it: they are going out there and leading it. “We want to send a clear message about how important it is to get outside, and the best way to do that is to actually go out and share the experience,” says Dr.

Melissa Lem, one of the 100 doctors and health care providers who will be leading walks in 100 parks across the province.
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  1. “We want to send a clear message about how important it is to get outside, and the best way to do that is to actually go out and share the experience,”!

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  2. “We want to send a clear message about how important it is to get outside, and the best way to do that is to actually go out and share the experience,”!!!

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  3. Hi, are there any Gilbert, AZ healthcare providers interested in working with librarians to host walking events at the Riparian Preserve? Please contact us at the Southeast Regional Library. We haven’t had much luck getting people out to walk with us.

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