Showing posts from July, 2013

2 Teens On Bikes Thwart Child Abduction

Temar Boggs after saving the girl 15 year-old Temar Boggs and another teen named Chris joined a group of first responders in the search for a missing little girl in Pennsylvania. Jocelyn Rojas, 5-years old, went missing. The search began in earnest with family, neighbors and law enforcement all involved. Few would have expected that two teens on bikes would not only help, but succeed in finding and rescuing Jocelyn.

Feel Great: Save Your Bacon. Use Sunscreen.

CBS wants you to save your bacon, and by bacon they mean skin. Well done CBS - an important health message PSA in just 17 seconds and fun/clever way to get it across. I know when I say "Bacon " all the guys around me pay attention. I also appreciate how it references the "This is your brain on drugs" ads of about 20 years ago.

Great Play: Froedtert Seeks To Help ALL Athletes Stay Ahead Of Sport-Related Concussions

Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin are putting on a two-part seminar to put concussion safety in the forefront among both amateurs and professionals. Come see former Packer Dorsey Levens Everyone is invited to attend their  Stay Ahead Of The Game event, a free concussion awareness and safety event from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, July 30, 2013 at Miller Park. Attendees can meet Dorsey Levens, former Green Bay legend and world champion. With the summer and fall sport seasons right around the corner, now is the time to learn what all athletes, parents, coaches and officials should know about sport-related concussions from medical experts from Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. Dinner will be provided. A Dorsey Levens autograph and photograph session will follow the event (please bring your own camera). RSVP required by July 24, 2013. To register or for more information, please

Feel Great: MKE Website Strives For African American Men to Have A Strong Brain Brawn & Body

Well-Met Men seeks to always increase the awareness of wellness among the men of Milwaukee and we love to highlight others with a similar mission. Brain Brawn & Body is one such site. Launched in eary 2013, BBB is very similar in philosophy to Well-Met, seeking to promote wellness in all areas of life of Milwaukee men, but they focus on African American men - an audience that needs and deserves its own focus seeing as according to BBB 'Blacks bear a disproportionate burden of disease, injury, disability and death.' Through their website and an annual publication, they seek to: provide sound health and medical information and proper guidance to a population that might not, otherwise, receive this information and is often overlooked help African American males become healthy and well informed; address the issue of health disparities experienced by African Americans