Hormones will be topic of discussion at women’s health event

Planning a women’s health event sponsored by Everything Natural and benefiting the Women’s Resource Center are, from left, Abby Mappes, Everything Natural; Rose Opshinsky, Everything Natural; and Donna Sedor, director of development, Women’s Resource Center of NEPA. -

CLARKS SUMMIT — Everything Natural presents a women’s health event as part of its 2018 Speaker Series.

Dr. Marita Schauch will discuss “Healthy Hormones at Any Age” at 7 p.m. at the Ramada Inn, 820 Northern Boulevard. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with a meet and greet with Dr. Schauch set for 5:45 to 6:45 p.m.

Raging hormones, stress and lack of sleep can have a negative effect on women, their relationships, and quality of life. Join Dr. Schauch, the author of “Making Sense of Women’s Health,” as she shares her knowledge on everything from balancing hormones to boosting metabolism, taking the heat out of hot flashes and more.

Learn about:

• Naturally restoring hormone balance at any age

• Fighting fatigue and coping with everyday stress

• Why women get belly fat and how to get rid of it

• Why hair, skin, and nails are key indicators of bone health

Ticket cost is $20 which includes a private reception with Dr. Schauch, wine and light refreshments, a gift bag (valued at $20), a signed book and preferred seating in front rows.

Cost for the educational session only is $5. Two dollars from each ticket will benefit the Women’s Resource Center, Scranton.

For more information, call 570-586-9684.

Planning a women’s health event sponsored by Everything Natural and benefiting the Women’s Resource Center are, from left, Abby Mappes, Everything Natural; Rose Opshinsky, Everything Natural; and Donna Sedor, director of development, Women’s Resource Center of NEPA.
https://www.theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_IMG_0144-1-.jpgPlanning a women’s health event sponsored by Everything Natural and benefiting the Women’s Resource Center are, from left, Abby Mappes, Everything Natural; Rose Opshinsky, Everything Natural; and Donna Sedor, director of development, Women’s Resource Center of NEPA.