Click here to access the service: Sunday Service via zoom
Courses offered with Learning in Retirement (LIR ) Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) for Fall 2020 held at the First Congregational Church UCC Hartland will be presented in three parts: Formal onsite classes, Online (Zoom) presentations, and background presentations and suggested readings through this webpage.
Plagues This class will meet Mondays 1:30 PM Sept 14, 21, 28; Oct 12, 19, and 26. No class on Oct. 5 Click here to join the Zoom meeting for the Plague Course
Suggested reading for the Sept 14 class:
1. THE CONVERSATION article “How the Black Death Made the Rich Richer" and for a complete listing go the Homepage for THE CONVERSATION
Islands This class will meet Tuesdays: Sep.15, 22, 29; Oct. 13, 20, 27 No class Oct. 6. Click here to join the Zoom meeting of the Islands Course
The Green New Deal and Climate Change, Part 1 of 2 This class will meet Tuesdays Time: 1:30 – 3:25 p.m.: Sep. 15, 22, 29; Oct. 13, 20, 27 No class Oct. 6 Click here to join the Zoom meeting of the Green New Deal a Course
A limited number of free copies are available for the book Cathedral on Fire: A Church Handbook for the Climate Crisis. The Rev. Dr. Gerald Durley who serves as the Board Chair for Interfaith Power & Light writes that book “shares what I feel is missing in the environmental movement, which is, ‘HOPE AT THE GUT LEVEL.’” Request a copy now.
The Church LIR Classroom is protected by 2 UVC light systems. For more about this system go to: Can you kill coronavirus with UV light?
DW Resources for Week4: Cathedral on Fire. The World on fire (1/2) | DW Documentary
Click here for a Schedule for Nobel Conference 56: Cancer in the Age of Biotechnology
Living with Cancer: Lifestyle Changes After Diagnosis Life expectancies post-diagnosis are increasing, and a growing population is living long-term with cancer. Diet and Exercise Several studies have found that regular exercise can reduce the risk of getting seven leading types of cancer. Aerobic activity and resistance training have further been found to improve treatment outcomes after diagnosis for breast, colon, and prostate cancer—with many more types showing promising initial results. Exercising even reduces costs and strains on the medical system—active patients are less likely to need emergency room visits and additional medications. Explore these topics with Gustavus faculty and students
ScienceWhys, the new Nobel Conference podcast Listen to this interview with Kathryn Schmitz, a professor in public health at Penn State specializing in the study of strength training for cancer survivors, and a Nobel Conference 2020 presenter. Learn more about diet and exercise and cancer Alcohol Use and Cancer from the American Cancer Society
Studying the Impact of Total Diet on Cancer Risk from the NCI
Let's Eat and Drink Healthy from Cancer Research UK
Nutrition in Cancer Care (PDQ®) from the National Cancer Institute
Physical Activity and Cancer from the National Cancer Institute
Every Cancer Patient Should be Prescribed Exercise Medicine from The Conversation
Effects of Exercise on Physiological and Psychological Variables in Cancer Survivors from American College of Sports Medicine
Working with Breast Cancer Survivors: Program Design and Beyond from the American Council of Exercise
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