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Central Colorado Humanists: Sunday Science Program
June 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
On the first Sunday of every month, join the Central Colorado Humanists for Sunday Science.
About the Event
Come join the Central Colorado Humanists as they feature their own CCH members and friends in a variety of science-oriented talks and discussions. Sunday Science covers topics in all areas of science, hard and soft, from psychology to climate change, plant ecology to NASA space missions. It is also a great opportunity to meet fellow Humanists, make new friends, and learn about new ideas. All are welcome!
Each presentation is informative and features a science topic understandable by both scientists and non-scientists. A question and answer period will follow the talk. Light refreshments will be available, and you are invited to bring a plate of goodies to share. And, in the interest of our environment, please consider carpooling and bringing your own reusable coffee mug or beverage container.
Doors will open at 9:30am so participants can have refreshments and be seated when the program begins promptly at 10am. Admission is free and the public is welcome. Please join us!
This Month: Making Sense of Supplements
For our June Sunday Science program, Dr. William Schroeder, D.O., a physician at Heart of the Rockies Medical Center, will speak on the subject ‘Making Sense of Supplements’.
Supplements have been around for a long time. In modern times you could find a variety of them only in health food stores. Today, they have become a mainstream item you can find in any grocery store or pharmacy. Approximately 68% of all adults in the United States report taking dietary supplements on a regular basis, according to a survey by the Council for Responsible Nutrition (https://www.crnusa.org/). With reports of soil depletion, and the proliferation of fast food and junk food, the supplement industry has taken off. With so many choices and so many brands, deciding what’s best for us is overwhelming.
Dr. William Schroeder, D.O., a physician at Heart of the Rockies Medical Center in Salida, is a Physician who has delved into the supplement world to find out how best to help his patients. He has a degree in molecular biology and an associate degree in Integrative Medicine under the famous Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona.
The Central Colorado Humanists promote Humanism, a rational philosophy, informed by science, guided by reason, inspired by nature and art, and motivated by compassion.
CCH affirms the dignity of each human being and support the maximization of individual liberty and opportunity consonant with social and planetary responsibility. They advocate the extension of participatory democracy and the expansion of the open society, standing for human rights and social justice.