April 20, 2006


CONTACT:
Kate Olderman
(215) 349-8369
kate.olderman@uphs.upenn.edu

 

Invitation to Cover
Penn Nutritionist Hosts Screening of Her New TLC Series: “Honey We’re Killing the Kids”

WHAT: Dr. Lisa Hark, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine nutritionist, hosts a screening of her new series on The Learning Channel (TLC), “Honey, We’re Killing the Kids,” a show that will transform the lives of 13 families by providing them with guidelines and techniques for changing their children’s unhealthy lifestyles -- which include a steady diet of junk food, and a lack of exercise and sleep.
WHO: Lisa Hark, PhD, RD
Director, Nutrition Education and Prevention Program
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
WHEN: Monday, April 24, 2006
11:45 a.m. - 1 p.m.
* Healthy lunch will be provided
* Receive a free copy of Dr. Hark's new book, The Whole Grain Diet Miracle
NOTE: Limited quantities available, so arrive on-time!
WHERE: University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Dunlop Auditorium - Stemmler Hall
3450 Hamilton Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Visit www.lisahark.com/events.shtml or contact Kate Olderman at (215) 349-8369 or kate.olderman@uphs.upenn.edu for additional information.

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