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MultiVu Video Feed: STARLIGHT STARBRIGHT UNVEILS GET FIT, GET RIGHT A PROGRAM TO PREVENT TYPE 2 DIABETES AND WEIGHT-RELATED CONDITIONS IN TEENS
Date:10/23/2007

Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation is unveiling Get Fit, Get Right (http://www.getfitgetright.org), an online program designed to reduce obesity in teens and prevent type 2 diabetes and weight-related conditions such as blindness, amputation, renal failure, hypertension and heart disease.

Get Fit, Get Right participants learn to adopt healthier behaviors through: real-life video diaries of six teens as they work to improve their eating and exercise habits over 90 days; real world advice from nutrition, fitness and medical experts; and through a social network where teens share struggles and successes with one another. For more visit http://www.starlight.org/getfitgetrightpress.

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NEWS: Online Program Helps Teens Be Healthier

FORMAT: Soundbites and B-roll.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES: Video, contact information and more available at: http://www.prnewswire.com/broadcast/29910/press.html

SOUNDBITES:

* Francine Kaufman, M.D., Medical Director, Get Fit, Get Right and Head

of the Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology, Children's Hospital, Los

Angeles

* Paula Van Ness, CEO, Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation

* Kyra, Get Fit, Get Right participant

* Shelly, mother of Kyra

* Chris, Get Fit, Get Right participant

* Simone, Get Fit, Get Right participant

* Felicia, mother of Simone

B-ROLL INCLUDES:

* Teens Exercising

* Teens In Classroom Setting

* Logos & Webshots

VIDEO PROVIDED BY: Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation

Contact: FOR TECHNICAL INFORMATION OR HARD COPY, PLEASE CALL: MultiVu Media Relations, 1-800-653-5313 EXT. 3 ; FOR STORY INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL: Donna DeDario at Starlight, (323) 556-3322


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SOURCE Starlight Starbright Children's Foundation
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