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Kickstart Your Healthy Spring and Summer

Kickstart is geared to motivate women to kick in gear their workout plan as the warmer months are ahead. This event is aimed at encouraging women to take control of their health by making better choices, not just with fitness and nutrition, but with relationships, and behaviors that affect your mental, physical, and emotional health. Gaudenzia New Options Partners with BGH to advocate women's health by spreading HIV awareness and the impact on minority women. Let us know if you can attend by clicking on the link: https://www.facebook.com/events/1525074834467286/ #Teamfitthursdays...

“SHE’LL TWIRL FOR YOU-“ KENYA MOORE TALKS ABOUT HOW SHE STAYS IN SHAPE!

If you come for her she’ll “twirl” for you! Kenya Moore has no shame in her game as one of The Real House Wives of Atlanta’s leading ladies. Not only is she blunt and outspoken, but she is also very particular about people using her correct title as being former “Miss USA”.   At 45 years young she is living life to its fullest and Ms. Moore works extra hard to keep her body in tip top shape.  Kenya is known to even discuss her weight publicly. At 5 foot 10 inches tall Kenya states that she weighs a slender 145 pounds.  Some of Kenya’s main tips for keeping her body in shape are “Always eat breakfast, always do pushups and squats before bed. Stretch every...

HOW HIV POSITIVE PATIENTS MAY HELP TO SAVE MORE THAN 1,000 LIVES A YEAR.

“This week, officials at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore received approval to begin conducting the first organ transplants from HIV-positive donors to HIV-positive recipients. This comes after a 2013 change in the law that lifted a ban in place since 1988. Surgeons at Johns Hopkins say that they are ready to begin performing liver and kidney transplants as soon as the appropriate candidates are available. NPR spoke with Dr. Dorry Segev, associate professor of surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, who has worked for years to allow these kinds of organ transplants.” NPR’s Michael Martin. On how he started the campaign to change the law “The first thing we did was estimate what the impact would be of a law like this. So...