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Work/Life Balance: Myth or Reality - Women's Leadership Conference Quarterly Event

September 27, 2017 5:30 PM | Cathie Izor (Administrator)

Is it possible to strike a balance between work and regular life?

Join us on Wednesday, September 27th at the University Club in Medford and hear Dr. Robin Miller share simple steps you can apply immediately to enhance your well-being and happiness. Dr. Miller will share tips on effective ways to keep your heart, brain, and gut healthy as well as how you can use food to improve your mood. She’ll also share tools spicing up your sex life, making exercise fun, and optimizing your healthy weight.

The Women’s Leadership Conference is proud to sponsor quarterly events to promote more equitable representation of leadership by women in our community—at every career level and all stages of personal growth.

WHEN: Wed. Sept 27, 2017
TIME: 5:30 PM - 7:30PM

              5:30 - 6:15 Networking
              6:15 - 7:00 Dr. Robin Miller
              7:00 - 7:30 Mixer

Walk-ins (cash/check only) are welcome as space allows.
WHERE: The Rogue River Valley University Club
218 West 6th St., Medford (next door to the Holly Theatre)

EVENT: $10 per Person
Seating Limited.

(includes appetizers and one glass of wine)

Robin Miller, M.D., M.H.S. practices internal medicine and serves as the medical director for Triune Integrative Medicine in Medford, OR. She is a medical reporter for KOBI-5 and produced the award-winning health series, "Is There a Doctor in the House?," which airs on the Wellness Channel nationwide. Her medical column can be read in The Daily Courier in Grants Pass, OR and she is the host of a teen health podcast sponsored by Nature's Cure.
Robin is the author of several books including Kids Ask the Doctor and Confessions of the Soul Straight from the Heart and most recently Healed: Health and Wellness for the 21st Century and The Smart Woman's Guide to Midlife and Beyond: A No-Nonsense Approach to Staying Healthy After 50. Robin lives in the Rogue River Valley with her husband, a gastroenterologist physician.
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