Introducing A Healthier Charlotte with Bobby DeMuro, this episode: childhood obesity
Posted on 11 Oct 2011 by Bobby DeMuro
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On behalf of A Healthier Charlotte and CLT Blog, I’m happy to introduce our new show, A Healthier Charlotte.
I’ll be joining you as host to discuss major national public health issues from a local perspective, and with local experts. Watch a quick intro video I filmed explaining this show in more detail.
For the first episode, four medical professionals joined us on the show to discuss obesity, childhood obesity, and prevention tactics:
Dr. Shivani Mehta — Pediatrician, Teen Health Connection
Dr. Pam Young — Pediatrician, Matthews Children’s Clinic
Jennifer DeCurtins — Fitness Instructor (follow Jen on Twitter)
Molly Barker — Founder, Girls on the Run International
Tune in to find out what our guests had to say about causes and solutions to the obesity epidemic, and what Charlotte residents can do about making their families a little bit healthier each day.
After the show, visit A Healthier Charlotte for web extras, behind-the-scenes footage, and in-depth blog posts concerning childhood obesity, providing local expertise and solutions.
Our next show will debut October 25 right here on CLT Blog. We’ll be talking to a group of Charlotte-area healthy living bloggers about new media, health communications, and how fitness information is shared on the Internet.
Until then — stay healthy, Charlotte!