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February 16, 2012

Gotta have it ... or do I?

Learn how to break the cycle of over-consumption, both on your plate and in your home in a program sponsored by the Friends of Huntington Memorial Library at 7 p.m. Feb. 27.

Ann Adamo, registered dietitian and a certified dietitian-nutritionist, along with Karen Sheesley, a registered nurse and professional organizer, will present an informative and interactive program on over-consumption.

They'll talk about the cultural influences, the consequences of excess, and specific strategies for practicing mindfulness to control weight and household clutter.

Audience members will be invited to participate.

The program is free and open to the public.

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