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ABC’s Mara Schiavocampo on “Thinspired: How I Lost 90 Pounds” Encore

March 8, 2015

ABC's Mara Schiavocampo

Mara Schiavocampo

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ABC’s Mara Schiavocampo, author of Thinspired: How I l Lost 90 Pounds. Mara will be sharing her weight loss secrets and tips on gaining self-acceptance.

ABC’s Mara Schiavocampo on “Thinspired: How I Lost 90 Pounds”

January 31, 2015

ABC's Mara Schiavocampo

Mara Schiavocampo

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ABC’s Mara Schiavocampo, author of Thinspired: How I l Lost 90 Pounds. Mara will be sharing her weight loss secrets and tips on gaining self-acceptance.

TOP 10: Women Freeze Biological Clock

Elizabeth Higgins Clark/CBSNews

Women Freeze Biological Clock: Jonathan LaPook–cbsnews.com–1/3/15–Photo: CBS News

TOP 10: The Top 10 Healthiest Cities for Women

San Jose, the #1 Healthiest City for Women by Self Magazine | Photo: Jeremy Francis

The Top 10 Healthiest Cities for Women: Sara Austin–self.com–11/14/12–Photo: Jeremy Francis

TOP 10: Key Health Care Act Benefit for Women Starts Today

Heath Care Act starts 8/1/12--Photo: Rich Beauchesne

Key Health Care Act Benefit for Women Starts Today: Michael McCord–bostonherald.com–8/1/12–Photo: Rich Beauchesne

TOP 10: Maya Angelou on Why Women Need to Take Control of their own Health

Maya Angelou--Medical Clinic Founder

Maya Angelou on Why Women Need to Take Control of Their Health: Leslie Kennedy–more.com–6/15/12

Spokeswomen For Go Red For Women Speak Up About Their Hearts

Photo: Go Red for Women website

Women from all backgrounds hope to save lives by speaking up about heart issues thru the Go Red for Women website.  Heart disease is the #1 killer of women in the United States.

To view the website:

Go Red for Women

Do you think women speak up enough about their medical issues?

 

 

Christy Turlington Burns’ New Film Exposes Poor Health Care For Mothers

Photo: Every Mother Counts

Model and humanitarian Christy Turlington Burns’ new documentary “No Woman, No Cry” reports that moms worldwide don’t have access to the health care that saved her during the birth of her daughter.   “Half a million women each year die from 90% preventable causes,” she says.

The movie opened at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York last month.  Christy is enrolled in a Master’s of Public Health program at Columbia University.

To read the article:

NY Daily News

To view the website:

Every Mother Counts

What are you willing to do to help improve mothers’  health around the world?