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Hopkins holds annual women's health seminar

Want to learn about staying or getting healthy?

Johns Hopkins Medicine's is holding its annual day-long conference at the Hilton Baltimore Hotel aimed a female consumers called A Woman's Journey this Saturday. It's 32 seminars lead by Hopkins doctors and professionals that focused on preventing disease and maintaining good health.

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Some topics: Fit at 50 and Beyond, Use and Abuse of Supplements, A Menu for Skeletal Health, A Pain in the Neck, Predictors of Heart Disease in Women, Night Noise and Saving Your Voice.

The keynote speaker is Laurie Singer Sievers. She's a network television news producer and widow of journalist and ABC News "Nightline" executive producer Leroy Sievers, and she'll talk about being his caregiver while he battled cancer. She continues to write for her husband's "My Cancer" blog, now called "Our Cancer."

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The registration fee is $105, or $85 for students. Participants get to choose four seminar and meals are included, as is a 50-page program. For more information or to register, go to http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/awomansjourney/baltimore/.

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