Women's Midlife Health Issues Topic of Internet Seminar Series

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MidLifeWithAVengeance.com Presents a Virtual Who's Who of Women's Health Experts Conferencing Live Online with Public.

Women's health writer Gregory Anne Cox faced health problems of her own a few years ago, causing her to actively research what the best minds in women's medicine and female fitness had to say.

But she struggled to make sense of the often ineffective and even contradictory advice.

That is why a few months later she founded MidLifeWithAVengeance.com, an Internet based venture dedicated to bringing together true experts from various health fields offering useful, proven insights for women facing midlife weight problems and accompanying issues.

After all, Cox figured, why must other women face the frustration she endured before finding lasting solutions?

The results include her highly subscribed "The Missing Midlife Manual" seminar series. "It became apparent to me early on that there is only the most rudimentary coordination between medical and alternative practitioners, in solving physical and emotional issues which women commonly go through in middle age," says Cox. "No one was pulling information together or making it easily available to women—just what works, and just what doesn't. In the Internet age this seemed especially puzzling."

So Gregory Anne put her skills as a certified coach, author and speaker to work. And what emerged is a wildly popular live Internet seminar series which allows a broad range of health experts to reach an audience of women determined to find proven solutions—to common midlife weight issues and related health problems.

Tuesday, November 1st marks the beginning of a fresh series of these live presentations featuring over a dozen noted women's health professionals including Dr. Jonny Bowden, Dr. Sue Morter, Dr. Norm Shealy, and David "Avocado" Wolfe.

Those interested in joining the discussion and finding answers to "staying fit, healthy, sassy and sane," are invited to visit Cox's website. They may also phone Gregory Anne Cox directly at (631) 728-2456 for more information on The Missing Midlife Manual interactive seminar series or on her other health related professional services.


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