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Dr. Lynese Lawson Speaks to Sterling Women: Strategies to Rejuvenate Your Health and Your Career
Date:9/11/2009

Dr. Lynese Lawson, founder of Proactive Wellness Centers, PLC -- a leading Anti-Aging Practice, is the featured speaker at the September 16, 2009 luncheon event for "Sterling Women," a network of business women in Northern Virginia.

Sterling, VA (PRWEB) September 11, 2009 -- Most women understand that health factors which require hospitalization can negatively impact their career.

For many, however, it is less obvious that the symptoms of peri-menopause, menopause and a number of other treatable conditions that women deal with daily can also have a significant adverse impact on their careers.

"Many of my women-patients are business owners and executives who have thrived on success and being on top of their game," says Dr. Lawson. "But many of them have noticed a decline in their cognitive abilities, energy levels and mood. These declines drive them to practitioners like myself because they recognize the value of their health in order to continue to advance their careers or run their businesses."

At the upcoming Sterling Women event on September 16, 2009, Dr. Lawson will be speaking about "Strategies to Rejuvenate Your Health and Your Career". This presentation is targeted at women who are healthy and want to stay that way, and women that have begun to experience the symptoms of aging and desire to counter that with advanced therapies commonly associated with Anti-Aging Medicine and Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT). Attending the event does not require membership in Sterling Women and is open to the public for the $45 cost of the luncheon. Click this link to register http://www.sterlingwomen.org/events/.

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