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Baughman Lecture at LWC: Top 10 List for Healthy Lifestyle
Talk is part of second annual Dr. Henry Baughman Visiting Fellows Program at Lindsey Wilson College
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By Duane Bonifer
News from Lindsey Wilson College
COLUMBIA, KY - The 10 keys to a healthy life will be the topic of an upcoming lecture at Lindsey Wilson College.
Dr. Christopher K. Peters of Louisville, KY, will speak about "Top 10 List for a Healthy Lifestyle" at 3:30pmCT on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 in the Norma and Glen Hodge Center for Discipleship, 402 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY.
The talk is part of LWC's second-annual Dr. Henry Baughman Visiting Fellows Program.
Peters, who is a psychiatrist with the University of Louisville Physicians, will discuss how lead a healthy mental lifestyle. A Kentucky native, Peters works in sports medicine and has been a consultant for U of L athletic teams.
An assistant professor in the U of L School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics, Peters' area of specialties are child and adolescent psychiatry. He's also studied autism, bipolar disorder, depression and sports medicine.
The Dr. Henry Baughman Visiting Fellows Program was established in 2012 by Henry Baughman of Stanford, Ky. The program invites a scholar in the field of health, safety and wellness to give a public talk and meet with LWC students. Modeled on the prestigious Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows program, the mission of the Baughman Visiting Fellows Program is to enlighten area residents and LWC students about critical life issues.
A retired college professor, Baughman helped start Western Kentucky University's emergency medical technologist/training program, and he also shaped some of Kentucky's regulations for emergency technologists. - Duane Bonifer
This story was posted on 2013-10-15 11:39:58
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