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Health Briefs TV Presents a Diabetes Management Segment

Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

The producers of Health Briefs with Terry Bradshaw are pleased to announce a segment which covers solutions for diabetes management. This is one of the most common health problems affecting millions of Americans, and many others do not know they are at risk. The informative program offers new information about the disease and reviews solutions for the management of it, as well as providing tools for those who think they might be at risk. It airs throughout the month of May across the country on national and regional cable television networks.

The show’s host is Terry Bradshaw, a Hall of Fame quarterback who played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. His dominance began on the football field while leading the legendary team to four Super Bowl titles and earning two Super Bowl MVP awards. From the locker room to the Board room, Terry has become a valuable commodity in corporate America. He is a favorite motivational speaker and an often-requested celebrity for endorsing companies and their products. His well-known outgoing personality and credibility are key factors in his continuing celebrity. Toss in some cameo appearances in a few major motion pictures and close to a hundred appearances on the Jay Leno show, and the reason is clear why Terry Bradshaw is a great host and segment narrator for the Health Briefs TV.

The program covers many diverse topics in different fields such as education, the environment, health care, and personal finance. It features stories of interest to viewers of any age and educates the audience about fascinating new technologies. The show films on location throughout the United States and Canada, and is broadcast on regional and national cable television networks. Please visit Health Briefs on Facebook and Twitter for more information or to post a note to our host and staff.

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