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Squaw Valley Institute: A Womanand#8217;s Guide to Balancing Life in Todayand#8217;s Fast Paced World

OLYMPIC VALLEY and#8212; Dr. Carolyn A. Wadlin is an expert in womenand#8217;s health and has helped thousands of women through her speeches, seminars and clinical practice and author of and#8220;A Womanand#8217;s Guide to Balancing Life in Todayand#8217;s Fast Paced World – Simple and Quick Techniques for More Energy, Less Stress and More Fun.and#8221; She received her medical degree from UC Davis where she won medical school and national awards for her research and community work. Dr. Wadlin completed her residency in Family Medicine at Stanford University. She has worked as a family physician for Kaiser Permanente where she was honored as one of their top physicians and has operated her own private practice.

Her passionate message to take time and nurture yourself and live with health and joy is of vital importance today when stress-related illnesses among women are on the rise.

She will present the story from her new book and#8230; simple and quick techniques for more energy, less strain and more fun!

For information info@squawvalleyinstitute.org or 530-581-4138.

Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010

6:30 p.m. no-host bar, program 7 p.m.

Resort at Squaw Creek, Olympic Valley

Children and students with I.D. Free. Student admission sponsored by Kiwanis Club of North Tahoe.


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