Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Dr. Henry Lodge Turn back your biological clock

Foundation to welcome author of ‘Younger Next Year,’ Dr. Henry Lodge


Dr. Henry Lodge, author of The New York Times bestseller "Younger Next Year: Live Strong, Fit and Sexy—Until You're 80 and Beyond," will present "Younger Next Year: The New Science of Aging" at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, at the Presbyterian Church of the Big Wood in Ketchum. Lodge will address a whole-body approach to help people find wellness of body, mind and spirit and achieve balance in life. He will discuss how to enjoy a long, healthy life though key elements such as changing daily habits, eating healthy and staying active.

Lodge's talk is part of the St. Luke's Wood River Foundation's 2011 Health and Well-being Speaker Series.


"It is an honor to bring Dr. Lodge to the Wood River Valley to speak to our community," said Dr. Scott McLean, president of the St. Luke's Wood River Foundation.  "His insight and guidelines on turning back the biological clock and staying young, vibrant and fit at any age is unparalleled."

Lodge's lecture is the third of the three-part speaker series, which focuses on the role of healthy relationships, lifestyles and nutrition to promote wellness. According to a press release from the foundation, the series complements its work to support the St. Luke's Wood River Integrative Therapies program, which offers healing modalities such as Healing Touch, acupuncture, yoga and meditation.

Lodge heads a 23-physician group practice in Manhattan. He is associate clinical professor of medicine at Columbia University.

For free tickets, contact Nicole Campbell at 727-8419.

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