Evening Exchange; Women's Health
Look this is the evening exchange promo for Wednesday July 29 1992. Tonight on evening exchange Why are so many women tired all the time. Could their chronic fatigue be helped by a simple change in diet. Hi I'm coach. Join me tonight at 7:00 on evening a change when we talk about women's health. We'll explore why black women often find themselves at the margins of the problems that may have been prevented had they been able to get regular checkups. It's all about women's health. All tonight at 7:00 even exchange right here on whl let me tell you.
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- Evening Exchange
- Women's Health
- Producing Organization
- Contributing Organization
- WHUT (Washington, District of Columbia)
- AAPB ID
- Episode Description
- Women's health issues discussed, including family planning, sexually transmitted diseases, hypertension, obesity, high cholesterol, hysterectomy, breast cancer, yeast infection, premenstrual syndrome, menopause, and diet both from a conventional medical perspectives as well as homeopathic approaches. In addition to comparing men's and women's health issues, the program also looks at the challenges black and minority women face with healthcare. Access, education, and the behavioral impact that racism imposes may explain the differences between the health of white and black women. The episode devotes a segment discussing lesbian health issues.
- Created Date
- Asset type
- Talk Show
- Copyright 1992 Howard University Public TV
- Media type
- Moving Image
Director: Smith, Kwasi
Guest: Covington, Maggie
Guest: Sullivan, Andrea
Guest: Scott, Julia
Guest: Smith, Cindy
Host: Nnamdi, Kojo
Producer: Jefferson, Joia
Producing Organization: WHUT
- AAPB Contributor Holdings
WHUT-TV (Howard University Television)
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