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Arizona Studio For Smile Design
Arizona Studio for Smile Design is located at 7200 W. Bell Rd. Ste. C-3 in Glendale. For more information call 623-979-1900 or visit www.AZlumineers.com.

Dr. David Bank MD, MBA, Physician in Chief, Phoenix Children's Medical Group & Mom Squad 
Phoenix Children’sThomas-Main location is 1919 E. Thomas Road in Phoenix. Visit www.phoenixchildrens.com for more information.
 
AZ Headache/AZ TMJ - Botox in the Treatment of TMJ
AZ Headache/AZ TMJ presented Botox in the Treatment of TMJ. They are located at 9180 E. Desert Cove, Ste. 103 in Scottsdale. To schedule an appointment call 480-945-3629 or visit www.azheadache.com or www.aztmj.com for more information.

AZ Pain Centers – Living Pain Free
For more information visit www.azpaincenters.com or call Phoenix: 623-889-PAIN or Tucson: 520-742-PAIN.

Chef Charles Wiley, Café ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho
Chef Charles Wiley is the Executive Chef at Café ZuZu in the Hotel Valley Ho located at 6850 E. Main Street in Scottsdale. Call 480-248-2000 for reservations & info.
Recipe: Red Lentil Cakes with  Spinach Green Apple Salad & Jasmine Rice

March of Dimes - Neural Tube Defects
Neural Tube Defects are birth defects of the spine in which upper or lower portion of spine fails to close. If lower portion of spine does not  close, spina bifida occurs & infant’s legs are paralyzed.  Up to 70% of these defects could be prevented through taking appropriate amount of the B vitamin folic acid, also known as folate, at least 3 months prior to pregnancy. In Arizona, 44% of the babies born are Hispanic.  Hispanic women are at 1.5 to 3 times higher risk than non-Hispanic white women to have a neural tube defect affected pregnancy. Traditional Hispanic diet includes less folic acid enriched products such as flour tortillas, breakfast cereals & more corn products such as corn tortillas which are NOT enriched with folic acid in the United States. Examples of folate rich foods: peanuts, avocados, oranges, black beans. Latina Agent for Change Conference will focus on importance of introducing the B vitamin folic acid into one’s daily diet at an EARLY AGE. The event will enhance folic acid health literacy through providing culinary training to Hispanic high school girls in Maricopa County. Latina Agent For Change Conference will be held on Sat., Aug. 28th from  9am-12pm at the Art Institute of Phoenix located at 2233 W. Dunlap Ave. in Phoenix. Visit www.marchofdimes.com/arizona.

Flowers provided by God’s Garden Treasures
For more information visit www.godsgardentreasures.biz or call 480-603-7673.