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2. TIPS ON MAINTAINING HEALTH AS WOMEN AGE - A MOTHER'S DAY GIFT “ “ 5/13/12

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2.	TIPS ON MAINTAINING HEALTH AS WOMEN AGE - A MOTHER'S DAY GIFT			 “	“  	 5/13/12

Time: May 13, 2012 from 7pm to 8pm
Location: Comcast Channel 26, CTV & on AT&T Uverse Chan. 99 (drop down menu)
Website or Map: http://oneworldpi.org/health/…
Event Type: women's, health, education, television, program, maintaining, well-being
Organized By: N'Zinga Shani
Latest Activity: May 11, 2012

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On Education Channel 26, Citizens Television - Every Sunday - Outstanding Education Programs for the community.  During the month of May all programs will focus exclusively on Women's Health Issues.  The doctors were in the studio and women from the community got an opportunity to ask questions and get reliable information.  Knowledge IS Power. On MOTHER'S DAY - learn valuable tips on staying healthy as we age.  There will be three women physicians telling us how.

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Comment by N'Zinga Shani on May 6, 2012 at 5:24pm

In honor of Women's Health Month, during the month of May, OneWorld Progressive Institute's award-winning "21st Century Conversations" is focusing exclusively on Women's Health issues and concerns.  On Sun. 5/6/12 7-8PM - viewers will see a 1-hr program on Gynecologic Cancers.  Drs. Peter Schwartz and Thomas Rutherford  (Yale School of Medicine) take questions from community participants.

Sun. 5/13/12 - Tips on Maintaining Health & Well-Being As Women Age.  Drs. Alexander, Desir and Michel-Ashwood (all women) take questions and provide excellent information on staying healthy.

Tune in on Comcast Chan. 26 (Sun. only) or on AT&T Uverse Chan. 99 everyday at various time.  Check the menu for BCTV, ETV and NHTV to see times.

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