Morehouse School of Medicine Debuts New Community Health Television Series

msm2The Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta has partnered with the Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasting network to offer a series of television programs aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle. On the second Sunday of every month for the next year, a new episode will premiere. Each episode will be broadcast at two additional times during the week. In addition, the show will be streamed online at AIBtv.com and at MSM.edu.

Dr. H. TaylorThe first episode that aired earlier this month was entitled “Take This to Heart: Everything You Need to Know About Cardiovascular Health and Wellness.” The co-host of the episode was Herman A. Taylor, director of the Cardiovascular Research Institute at the Morehouse School of Medicine. Dr. Taylor is graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Medical School.

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