The Unanswered Questions
presented by Faculty of A.T. Still University

May 21, 2008
JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa
5402 East Lincoln Dr

The History

In late February, A.T. Still University (ATSU) hosted an exclusive luncheon conversation on women’s health with Dr. Andrew Weil. There were many questions for Dr. Weil that were not answered because of time limitations.

Because of the great interest, please join us to hear The Unanswered Questions at a second exclusive luncheon converation hosted by ATSU.

Widely acclaimed health experts will pick up on the dynamic conversation started by Dr. Weil, exploring environmental effects on our health, healthy aging, and creating personal balance in our lives.

The Event

Dark chocolate and bottles of sunscreen greeted more than 40 Valley women community leaders at they joined ATSU health and wellness experts at the second Women’s Wellness luncheon May 21 at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn Resort & Spa in Scottsdale.

Following lunch, ATSU faculty gave presentations on healthy aging, sunscreen basics, and creating personal balance. The program was designed to answer questions that arose as a result of Dr. Andrew Weil’s presentation and discussion at the first Women’s Wellness luncheon in February.

Cynthia Standley, Ph.D. and Noel Carrasco, M.D., both professors with the School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona, and Laura Bank, Ph.D., PA-C, academic coordinator for the Physician Assistant Program at the Arizona School of Health Sciences, each gave short presentations and then joined one another on stage for a question and answer session.

“This luncheon was meant to be a preview of what’s to come,” said ATSU Associate Vice President for Advancement Gretchen Buhlig.  According to Buhlig, the Women’s Wellness program, a University-wide initiative, will launch nationally in November 2008.