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WBFR Word on Da STREETz Presents "Sista What are you doing to your Bodies?"

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WBFR would Like to Thank Returning Listeners and New Family Members. Thursday Night 03/20/14 @ 8PM EST-10pm EST  WBFR ask, "Sistas What are you doing to your Bodies?"

Tonight we will have a panel of Guests to discuss African / Palo American Health issues. Our Goddess, our Queens, our Sistas are suffering from illnesses and we have your remedies.

WBFR Welcomes our Guests: Natasha Corbett "Certified Personal Trainer for Higher Life Training" along with Lisa Parham of "Holistic Approach Herbal Salves" also Sharae Thompson of "Triple Eigch Pharmacy" and Secora Hoffenden of "EmpressiveHerbs.com also Queen Mother of Happy2beNappy.com

03/20/14 @ 8pm EST WBFR and Guests will discuss the issues that plague the African Wombman in our communities. We will discuss Cancer, Heart Attacks, Strokes, High Cholesterol, Diabetes, Obesity and problems of the Womb. The number to call in is : 347-989-0365.  We will discuss remedies and methods to help heal Our SISTAS. Remedies that maybe found in herb form as well as physical and spiritual exercises.

Did you know that, African American women have the highest rates of being overweight or obese compared to other groups in the U.S. About four out of five African American women are overweight or obese. African Americans are 1.4 times as likely as non-Hispanic whites to have high blood pressure. American Indian/Alaska Native adults are 1.3 times as likely as White adults to have high blood pressure. African American men and women are 30% more likely to die from heart disease than non-Hispanic white males. This occurs despite the fact that 6% of African Americans have heart disease. (Stats from The Office of Minority Health)  Please tune in to WBFR as we Strive to Improve Lives.

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