Free Seminar: New Year, New You: Exercise at Every Age

It’s January and for many that means a fresh start and re-focusing on healthy habits in the New Year. Those habits often start with changes to diet and exercise, and sometimes solely focus on weight loss! But exercise is much more than just a way to lose weight.


On top of weight loss, regular exercise is shown to improve heart health, blood pressure, cholesterol, sleep, and reduce stress levels. But just as our bodies change as we age, so does our approach to exercise. What does exercise look like at 25? At 45? At 75? To learn more about healthy living and the importance of exercise at all stages of life, join Charles Vidrine, MD, for his lecture on exercise.


New Year, New You: Exercise at Every Age is a free seminar being held on Friday, January 25 at 12 noon in the Lake Charles Memorial Hospital Shearman Conference Center on Oak Park Blvd. Light lunch provided and reservations are required at least 24 hours in advance. For more information or to make a reservation, please visit lcmh.com/seminar or call (337) 494-2936.

To learn more about healthy living and the importance of exercise at all stages of life, join Charles Vidrine, MD, for his lecture, New Year, New You: Exercise at Every Age, a free seminar.

Dr. Vidrine graduated with bachelor’s degrees in neuroscience and English and a master’s degree in neuroscience from Tulane University. He went on to achieve his medical degree from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport. He is currently doing his family medicine residency at the Lake Charles Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency program, affiliated with Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans.

Dr. Vidrine was a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society in medical school and prior to attending medical school, Dr. Vidrine spent two years teaching middle and high school science. He is a member of the Calcasieu Parish Medical Society, the Louisiana Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Family Physicians.