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The INTEGRIS Hispanic Initiative and the Oklahoma County Health Department have joined forces to provide a series of Diabetes Education and Empowerment Program for adults, and nutrition and physical activity classes for children.

Diabetes Education and Empowerment Program sponsored

The INTEGRIS Hispanic Initiative and the Oklahoma County Health Department have joined forces to provide a series of Diabetes Education and Empowerment Program for adults, and nutrition and physical activity classes for children.

Through this interactive series of six classes, participants will be taught how to manage their health by learning how to help control their diabetes with proper diet, exercise and medication, and they also will learn better ways to control their diabetes. Listening and sharing their experiences with classmates will help them and others solve problems related to the disease.

The DEEP classes will be held in Spanish from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. each Wednesday of the month, June 5 through July 10, at the Oklahoma County Health Department Southern Oaks Health and Wellness Campus, 6728 S. Hudson Ave., Oklahoma City, OK 73139.