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HORIZONS

March 22, 2011

Horizons has partnered with Highmark to bring viewers this special episode on a very important task - shaping healthy lives for our children. In this episode, learn about a program called Kidshape that is teaching families how to eat better and stay active and then hear more about Highmark's efforts in fighting obesity during a studio discussion with host Chris Moore, Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson and Dr. Joseph Aracri.


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Horizons has partnered with Highmark to bring viewers this special episode on a very important task - shaping healthy lives for our children. In this episode, learn about a program called Kidshape that is teaching families how to eat better and stay active and then hear more about Highmark's efforts in fighting obesity during a studio discussion with host Chris Moore, Dr. Rhonda Moore Johnson and Dr. Joseph Aracri.


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