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Annual Valentine’s Day
Heart Protection Seminar

Cordially invites you to attend

The 14th Annual Valentine’s Health Seminar

“STAYING YOUNG”
By Optimizing Health Vs Treating Disease

DATE: Saturday, February 10th, 2018

3:00-3:30 pm: Registration

3:30 pm-5:30 pm: 14th Annual Valentine’s Health Seminar

VENUE:  The Beverly Wilshire Hotel, 9500 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210, Tel: 310-276-2251

Please RSVP to Nicole Levitt at (310) 930-1858
or nicole@ewamllc.com

Admission is Free | Parking Free for Seminar Attendees

Panelists 

Bijan Pourat, MD
Sheila Kar, MD

In 2016 alone, over 4 billion retail prescriptions were filled at the pharmacy. Despite this, America has spent more money for health care than any other country. CDC quotes “75% of which was for chronic conditions”. Almost half of all American adults had at least 1 chronic condition in 2005. For example, 1 in 5 adults have arthritis and it is the most common cause of disability. Why do we have cancer, chronic fatigue, diabetes, heart disease, hives, autoimmune disease etc? Jacoby from the WHO says, “Chronic conditions are really, really stealing lives”. Leah Sottile in the Health section of The Atlantic in Dec 2013, wrote “Living Sick and Dying Young in Rich America: chronic illness is the new first-world problem”. What are we missing??

This year’s seminar focuses on the whole body approach. Evidence shows that when we treat each disease in isolation, we miss the vital point that the whole body is affected.  Often this treatment inadvertently damages other body parts as collateral damage.  However, if we treat the whole organism we can reverse disease without damaging other organs and prolong life by reversing the aging process.

“Knowledge is Power.” Do not miss this very informative seminar to help improve our health and that of the community. Please attend with friends, family and children.

Sheila Kar Health Foundation Invites You to

An Intimate Valentine’s Evening

To Honor

Peter Nalos, M.D. & Lee Daniels

Peter Nalos, M.D.
Cardiologist/Philanthropist Founder of African Children’s Schools “No Child Too Far

Lee Daniels
Multi-Award winning TV & Movie Actor/Director/Producer/Philanthropist LGBT/Children’s/Women’s Rights Activist

Saturday, February 10th, 2018

6:00-6:30 pm: Reception & Photos on Red Carpet with Honorees
6:30-9:00 pm: Dinner, Honoring & Entertainment

The Beverly Wilshire Hotel
9500 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90212

Emcee, Frank Mottek

Broadcast Journalist anchoring Business News on CBS stations KNX (AM) 1070 Newsradio & KCAL-TV Channel 9 in Los Angeles

Entertainment by Jussie Smollett

Actor/Songwriter/Singer/Musician/Director/Photographer, currently starring as Jamal Lyons inTV series, “Empire

Past Events

2005: Prevention of Heart Disease

Speakers:
Mary Felando, RD
Sheila Kar,MD

2006: Drugs and My Heart

Keynote Speaker:
Sheila Kar, MD
Panelists:
Jack Osbourne
Jeffrey Wilkins, MD
Lt. Kevin Arnold
Dr. Suzette Glazner-Edwards, PhD

2007: Rhythms of the Heart

Speaker & Moderator:
Sheila Kar, MD
Panelists:
Beverly Hills Paramedics
Paul Silka, MD
Peng-Sheng Chen, MD
Sheila Kar, MD

2008: What’s weighing on your Heart?

Speaker & Moderator:
Sheila Kar, MD
Panelists:
Alicia R. Ruelaz, MD
Edward Philips, MD
Phillip Barnett, MD
Robert J. Huizenga, MD
Robin T. Yuan, MD

2009: Stress & the Heart; Stress & the Body

Speakers:
Gordon Fung, MD, PhD, FACC
Jeffrey Wilkins, MD
Sheila Kar, MD
Dr. Sandy Brewer, PhD
Susan Madison, MD, PhD

2010: I feel fine, so why do I need a check up?

Speaker & Moderator:
Sheila Kar, MD
Panelists:
Gary Cohan, MD
Jack Lewin, MD
Judith Reichman, MD
Sandy Brewer, PhD
Soram Khalsa, MD

2011: Can Heart Disease be Reversed

Moderator:
Sheila Kar, MD
Speakers:
Prediman K. Shah
Panelist:
Dean Ornish, MD

2012: How will Healthcare Reform Affect me?

Moderator:
Sheila Kar, MD, FACC
Panelists:
Dr. Len Nichols, PhD
Richard Wright, MD, FACC
Thomas M. Priselac

2013:  ‘Clean’ & ‘Reboot’ to Health

Speakers:
Alejandro Junger, MD
Joe Cross
Sheila Kar, MD

2014: We’ve Got Your Back

Speakers:
Alan Weinberger, MD
Leonel Hunt, MD
Sepi Aeen, MFT
Sheila Kar, MD

2015: Sleep: Too much, Too little or disturbed

Speakers:
Alon Y. Avidan, MD, MPH
Gary Feldman, MD
Sheila Kar, MD
Susan Rausch, MD, PhD

2016: I am Young and Healthy: Could I have Heart Failure – How and Why?

Speakers:
Alfredo Trento, MD
James S. Forrester, MD
Jon Kobashigawa, MD
Saibal Kar, MD
Sheila Kar, MD

2017: The Big Little Viruses Causing Common Cold & Flu, Hepatitic C & HIV – Everything you need to know and More …

Moderator:
Sheila Kar, MD
Speakers:
Michael Gottlieb, MD
Peter Ruane, MD
Rekha Murthy, MD