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Programs Explore Healthy Skin/Medical Theft

Date:  April 23rd, 2010

Contact/Phone:  Mary Muhlbradt
Phone: (701)857-5116
Fax: (701)857-5683

e-mail:   Mary Muhlbradt

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(MINOT, ND)—The Trinity Health Community Education Department will offer a pair of community education programs next week.

On Tuesday, April 27, Dr. William Kivett will present “Effect of Diet on Skin and Hands” at 7 p.m. in the north end of Town & Country Center. A specialist in Dermatology, Plastic Surgery and Hand Surgery, Dr. Kivett will focus on how nutrition, especially a starchy and sugary carbohydrate diet with a high glycemic index, can adversely affect skin, hands and other organs.

On Thursday, April 29, Debi Nelson, director of Health Information Management at Trinity Hospitals, will offer a program on medical identity theft at 7 p.m. in the Education Center of Health Center-Riverside. Medical identify theft occurs when someone uses another person's identity to purchase medical services or drugs, resulting in fraudulent insurance claims and erroneous information entering the victim's medical chart.

For further information, contact Trinity Community Education at (701) 857-5099. SPACE index.php