Quincy & Rashida Jones-Stand Up 2 Cancer :30 TV PSA
Music industry icon and prostate cancer survivor, Quincy Jones, and his daughter, actress Rashida Jones, have joined together in collaboration with Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) and the Prostate Cancer Foundation in a :30 TV PSA designed to raise awareness about the importance of speaking with your doctor about prostate cancer. Please find the links to preview and download this PSA below (this PSA can air through 12/31/14). And, let us know if we need to provide you with any other format or deliver this PSA to you in any other method.
HD :30 TV PSA (ISCI code: SU2CPCFH):
SD :30 TV PSA (ISCI code: SU2CPCFS):
DIRECTIONS for Vimeo:
• To preview, press play button icon.
• If you want to download the PSA, scroll down on this page and click on "Clip Info/Download" to see the available downloadable files - you will want to click on "Original .MOV file" for a broadcast quality PSA. And, if you clicked on "Original .MOV file" and your browser just started to load and play the video instead of downloading it, please try right-clicking on "Original .MOV file" and choosing the 'Save as,' 'Save target as,' 'Save link as,' or 'Download linked file' option.
Alternate Links to Download the PSA if Vimeo doesn't work for you:
HD Version: http://we.tl/HP5Q2BF9Si
SD Version: http://we.tl/5ku3eiyoAv
Prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer death for men in the United States. 2.5 million American men are currently living with prostate cancer, yet according to SU2C President & CEO Sung Poblete, PhD, RN, “Men are 40 percent less likely than women to have visited a healthcare provider in the past year… talking to one’s doctor about prostate cancer is critically important.”
Help us spread the message and to empower men to speak with their doctors about developing a plan for prostate cancer health. As Rashida Jones states, “We have to protect the men we cherish, so please talk to your fathers, your grandfathers, husbands, brothers and sons and make sure they speak to their doctors about this disease and how to reduce their risk.”
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A Health Fair for Community Members of Wilson
9am - 5pm
First Baptist Church
311 W. Nash Street
Wilson, NC 27893
A health fair for community members of Wilson will be held on Wednesday, September 24th from 9 AM until 5 PM. The health fair will be located at First Baptist Church, 311 West Nash Street, Wilson, NC 27893.
The Health Fair is free of charge to participants. Activities include health screenings by community organizations and health information.
The Lions Vision Van and the North Carolina Baptist Dental Van will be available.
Diabetes and Endocrinology Consultants FREE Diabetes School
8:30am to 12:15pm
The History Place, 1008 Arendell St., Morehead City, NC 28557
Our free Diabetes School is for those with diabetes, their families, and those at risk of developing diabetes. Call and sign up today so you can be on the way to being supplied with the knowledge and the skills necessary to achieve and maintain good health and minimize complications with your diabetes. Admission is free, but seating is limited.
For more information please contact our office at (252) 222-5700, ext. 102
We will have different health stations. Have your blood pressure taken. Check your cholesterol, Healthy supplements to help you lose weight and many other stations not named yet.
20th Annual Hamstring Hustle
Greenville NC, ECU Brody School of Medicine Health Sciences Building
The 20th Annual Hamstring Hustle is a race sponsored by the Brody School of Medicine to benefit ECU Pediatric Healthy Weight Research and Treatment Center
Nicholena (Nikki) Etxegoien