SOURCE: Dr. Taz Bhatia MD

September 16, 2013 10:10 ET

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 12-19 National School Lunch Week, November Alzheimer's Awareness Month

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwired - Sep 16, 2013) - Dr. Taz Bhatia MD, the articulate Founder and Medical Director of Atlanta's Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine, reports on three major Medical Events in October and November. "It is these periods when the National media provides followers an opportunity to learn more about major health issues," said Dr. Taz.

  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. "Actress Angelina Jolie, with the counsel of her physician and the moral support of husband Brad Pitt, recently announced she is preparing to undergo a double mastectomy to avoid breast cancer. I fully appreciate Ms. Jolie's difficult decision," said Dr. Taz. "However my concern is that some women may be influenced to have this procedure without thoroughly discussing it with their physician and family."

Dr. Taz has a strategic program of how Living Healthy, Naturally can provide alternative solutions to prevent Breast Cancer. Available at www.DoctorTaz.com.

  • October 12-19-National School Lunch Week. "Kids having a healthy and tasty brown bag, lunch box or school lunch meal is our goal. Inviting children to help Mom prepare the daily menus can become a regular fun and enjoyable family experience," said Dr. Taz.
  • November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. "Alzheimer's is tragically America's 6th leading cause of death. It affects almost 5 million citizens over the age of 65, according to the Alzheimer's Association. My medical team at the Center has worked tirelessly developing a 7 step program to not only help with beating Alzheimer's but compassionately brings this heart wrenching condition out from under the shadows," stated Dr. Taz.

Further information is available online at www.DoctorTaz.com

"The wonders of today's medical technology can keep people living years longer than ever before," said Dr. Taz. "However, unless we have a healthier population as they grow older, we are never going to be able to afford the cost of the quality health care needed. To my way of thinking, living healthy is the best and perhaps the only good way of making health care more affordable and available to all of the people in our great nation," concluded Dr. Taz.

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