There are several reasons why your blood pressure is checked at each dental visit; all to make sure you are safe and healthy. The main reason we check your blood pressure during your dental visit is that it may become an issue during dental work. While we do everything possible to make you comfortable, undergoing dental work can create stressful feelings.
On Thursday, May 23rd Denver Indian Health and Family Services 90-minute course for cooking with diabetes. This pilot class had six attendees, and we had a lot of fun cooking and learning about nutrition strategies for diabetes management! We made a flavorful main dish of vegetable-loaded turkey tacos with three sisters’ salsa, cranberry-lime fizz drink and finished off the meal with no bake peanut butter and chocolate chip energy bites.
On Friday, May 3rd the Enrollment Team had the opportunity to speak with Theresa Halsey of KGNU's Native Voices. Listen to Kelly Poleyestewa and Michelle Swimmer talk about their amazing work at Denver Indian Health and Family Services!
Smart and energetic people are needed for the first step in the 2020 Census – Address Canvassing. We need your help!
Are you a Native community member who lives in one of these counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Jefferson, or Weld? Do you have 10 minutes to share your thoughts on traditional food, traditional movement, physical activity, and overall well-being?
If you answered YES, use this link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/DIHFS to take our community survey before Friday, May 4, 2019.
After the completion of the survey, enter your name in the drawing for a chance to win a $50 King Soopers gift card, $50 Visa gift card, Instant Pot, or FitBit!
Questions? Contact Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org or 720-612-7130.