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Health news from around Charlotte

Wednesday

Tennis clinic

Paralympic wheelchair tennis player and coach Karin Korb will participate in the free wheelchair and amputee tennis clinic offered 2-5 p.m. Wednesday at Rock Hill Tennis Center, 897 Maplewood Lane, Rock Hill. The clinic is open to anyone with a physical challenge and several sportchairs will be available for use. To preregister and get details: 980-819-9404.

Thursday

Take Charge of Your Health

Doctors from Mintview OB-GYN will lead this free event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Blacklion Dilworth, 1408 East Blvd. The evening will include food and drink, shopping, discussions on topics including birth control, hormones and menopause, and highlights from the documentary “Hot Flash Havoc.” RSVPs are requested: mintview.eventbrite.com.

June 19

Arthritis exercise class

The North Mecklenburg Senior Center will host this free 12-class series 10:30-11:30 a.m. Mondays and Wednesday June 19-July 31 at 16601 Old Statesville Road, Huntersville. The class is open to any who are challenged by arthritis. The class includes an educational portion and moderate-level chair exercise. Preregister at the front desk or call 704-875-1270.

Hilary Trenda

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