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Women think they know it all. But how much do they know about their Health? Women-Wise: Straight Talk on Your Health answers those questions.

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Maria Tettamanti

Women think they know it all. But how much do they know about their health?

Leave it to Women-Wise: Straight Talk on Your Health to answer those nervy questions.Think of the first-time conference as a pre-Mother's Day health meetup just for gals.

The 411?

Miami Obstetrics and Gynecology Center will host their first annual Women-Wise: Straight Talk on Your Health Saturday, May 11, 2013 at the Four Seasons Hotel Brickell. The event will include health talks from top Miami Doctors, breakfast, a summer fashion presentation, beauty & hair tips, great raffle prizes and much more, all perfect for a little pre-Mother’s Day girl bonding.  The event will be the first of its kind for MOGC, promises to be  informative and fun.   Women of all ages are invited to participate! The event is free — all donations from event participants will benefit Fundación Manos Del Sur, a non-profit organization that helps children in Latin America.

Speakers include Doctor Adrian Del Boca from Miami Obstetrics & Gynecology Center, Doctor Marcelo J. Barrionuevo from IVF Florida speaking on fertility, Doctor Julio F. Gallo from Miami Institute for Age Management & Intervention speaking on the latest Anti-Aging therapies, Doctor Manuel Penalver from South Florida Gynecologic Oncology speaking on preventative care, and Doctor Enrique Vazquez-Vera from Miami Obstetrics & Gynecology Center speaking on fertility, anti-aging therapies, preventative care, pre-natal care and more. 

And there's a lot of fun involved, too. A fashion presentation by Isa Boutique in Coral Gables, beauty and complimentary hair-dos by Blo Brickell, Bellydance fun by Belly2Abs Studio, make-up tips and tricks are in order.

Again, the event is free with a recommended $20 donation for Fundacion Manos del Sur. 100% of the proceeds from the event will support their programs in Latin America.  For more information and to register, visit www.women-wise.net.

 

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