Presented by Johns Hopkins Medicine, hosted by Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital
Don’t Miss the One Day That Could Change Your Life.
The topics are relevant to our every day lives and you will walk away to new information on the latest women’s health topics. Start the day with a heart-healthy breakfast and networking with local Tampa Bay area women. Enjoy a presentation from renewed Johns Hopkins faculty physicians including: Thrive to Survive, New Things You Should Know About Your Brain and Coping with Life.
Thrive to Survive
Presented by Physiatrist Marlis Gonzalez-Fernandez
New evidence documents the effectiveness of exercise in improving blood sugar, cholesterol, cardiovascular risks, memory and even glaucoma. Discover exercises women need to incorporate into their lives to remain healthy and live well.
New Things You Should Know About Your Brain
Presented by Neurologist Justin McArthur
Learn about advances in the first use of gene-based treatments for neurodegenerative disorders, new migraine treatments treatments, risk factors of dementia that may influence who developed Alzheimer’s disease and the newest interventions to remove clots in the brain’s blood vessels.
Coping with Life: Why Managing Stress is So Important
Presented by Psychiatrist Karen Swartz
Managing stress is so important. Learn warning signs that stress has overtaken your life and how to minimize its negative impact.
When: Wednesday, March 27, 8:30 am – 11:30 am
Where: Raymond James Stadium, West Club
Cost: $75 per person includes breakfast and presentations.
Registration will close at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, March 25, 2019.