Friday, June 22, 2012

Men's Health Symposium in Johnson City
US Congressman Phil Roe addressed the Tri-Cities Health Symposium for Men in Johnson City on Friday. Roe, a physician who practiced medicine in Johnson City for 31 years, says it's important for men to take charge of their own health. "Men live shorter than woman do and in Tennessee our average life expectancy is less than the national average for men nationwide...most things are preventable...I'm going to talk about smoking cessation and other things that I've done that I've recommended to my patients," Roe said. The symposium, which was free event to the public, took place at the Millennium Centre in Johnson City. (hra)

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