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Retirement Living TV Premieres Season Two of Whole Body Health
Date:11/16/2009

BALTIMORE, Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Retirement Living TV (RLTV), the only network dedicated to adults 50+, will premiere the second season of Whole Body Health on Thursday, November 19(th) at 8:00 pm EST. As holistic approaches to health and wellness move to the center of public policy, award-winning medical journalist Kevin J. Soden, M.D. brings you a weekly installment of news and advice tied to complementary and integrative medicine. He uses recurring themes of healing herbs, exotic exercises, and rejuvenating methods to explore the medicinal value of these alternatives to traditional health care. Viewers will be able to take full advantage of America's new focus on prevention and alternative medicine and this burgeoning industry.

Whole Body Health delivers the message that individual well-being requires a balance of the physical, mental, spiritual, environmental, and social elements This season, you'll learn everything there is to know about the many therapies used around the world like naturalpathy and others that employ hot pepper, the arts, water, and magnetic energy, just to name a few. "Our country is starving for better ways to stay healthy and to stave off high health care costs, and RLTV is pleased to bring Whole Body Health -- which is solely geared to educating viewers on cutting edge practices that are achieving these goals," said Brad Knight, CEO of RLTV.

About Retirement Living TV

Retirement Living TV (RLTV) is the only cable network dedicated to serving the needs of adults 50+ with information and entertainment that inspires and enhances the perception of aging. The network has Emmy award-winning programming that addresses a variety of subjects and genres including health, finance, travel, reality, comedy and drama. For more information, visit our website at www.rl.tv.

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