“Love On A Two Way Street” diabetes wellness outreach program

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“Love On A Two Way Street” diabetes wellness outreach program

Time: February 16, 2013 from 10am to 12pm
Location: Jefferson Alumni Hall , First Floor Eakins Lounge
Street: 10th and Locust Streets
City/Town: Philadelphia, PA 19107
Phone: Register: 1-800-JEFF-NOW
Event Type: discussion, presentation
Organized By: Divabetic
Latest Activity: Feb 12, 2013

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Divabetic presents the free  “Love On A Two Way Street” diabetes wellness outreach program that explores how diabetes impacts both men and women’s sexual health as well as their romantic relationships. Keynote Speaker: Bill King, a insulin pump wearer, marathon runner, diabetes advocate, author, community volunteer, father and husband, is sharing his experiences about living and loving with diabetes.  Guest speakers: Neva White DNP,CRNP, CDE along with an panel of experts to discuss medication, health maintenance, and nutrition and local health resources and referrals. 

 

Join us for a two hour interactive program featuring several healthcare professionals and aimed at helping you to discover how to rekindle the intimacy with your partner. This program is hosted by the happy healthcare host, Mr. Divabetic and presented with support from the American Diabetes Association (Philadelphia, PA Chapter), Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Divabetic.

Free admission

Register: 1-800-JEFF-NOW 

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