This 3-part series covers a wide range of topics to help you better understand diabetes and how to manage it.
For patients with Type 1 diabetes who are either planning to go on an insulin pump or who want to control their diabetes with multiple daily injections.
If you have been diagnosed with spasmodic dysphonia, come to the Jefferson Voice and Swallowing Center's Spasmodic Dysphonia Support Group, which meets every fourth Tuesday.
This 800-calorie-per-day liquid product is a more rapid, yet medically safe way of losing weight. Come to this free session to learn more and see if it's right for you.
Get in-depth information about protein, fat, carbohydrates, calories, meal planning and restaurant eating from the point of view of weight management and enabling weight loss.
Having a baby at Jefferson University Hospitals? Join us for a tour of the Maternity Ward!
Learn about various procedures and find out if bariatric surgery is right for you at this free seminar.
Our certified diabetes educators and registered dieticians provide information you’ll require for maintaining your pump and living a healthy lifestyle.
You will learn the role of nutrition and physical activity in managing your blood sugars, preventing diabetes, lowering your triglyceride level and lowering your insulin level.
Calling all grandparents! Join us for a fun program on grandparenting and what's new in the world of babies.