Photos: Farmer’s Market Held At City Hall

April 10, 2019 | 2 Comments

The ‘Farmer’s Market Eat More Vegetables’ event is being held today [April 10] at the City Hall, with the event part of this week’s observance of Public Health Week.

Speaking at the launch earlier this week, Health Minister Kim Wilson said, “The theme of Public Health Week is ‘Commit to Change: Small changes, big results’.

“Commit to Change focuses on the following areas: Choose water, Exercise daily and Eat more vegetables. These are small changes but tangible steps that individuals can make to prevent non-communicable diseases [NCDs] like diabetes, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases.”

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  1. Leisha Choe says:

    Nice! Sorry I missed this.

  2. Rise says:

    Hope they keep it going.

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