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Lunch and Learn: What Oxidative Stress, COVID-19 and CTE Have in Common

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 12:00 PM-2:30 PM

Downtown Spark, 147B 4th Ave. N.

Dr. Laura Lile

The How to be Proactive in the Age of Covid-19 Lunch and Learn Series featuring national thought leaders will be held virtually and at Lipscomb’s Downtown Spark, beginning on Wednesday, Aug. 12.

The series will kick off with a networking lunch and presentation for those who work with athletes in our post-COVID world. Dr. Laura Lile, national leader in the preventative health industry, will discuss how to keep athletes healthy in the age of COVID-19 in a talk titled “What Oxidative Stress, COVID-19 and CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) Have in Common.”

Dr. Lile will present findings on:

  • Preventative health and treating CTE
  • Boosting the immune system
  • Reducing oxidative stress
  • Formula results proven successful in over 400 medical practices across 40 states

“What Oxidative Stress, COVID-19 and CTE Have in Common” is presented free. Register by Thursday, Aug. 6 to receive entry, lunch, and free parking! Registrants can choose to come in person or to receive the program virtually after the fact.

Networking Lunch: Noon-1 p.m.
Presentation: 1:30-2 p.m.
Q&A: 2-2:30 p.m.

Register

Dr. Laura Lile

A pioneer and leader in the preventative health industry, Lile has devoted more than three decades to developing, teaching and practicing the principles of preventative health care and wellness.

As both a board-certified medical doctor and registered pharmacist, she has the distinct honor of being one of the only dual-credentialed compounding pharmacist and preventative health medical doctor in the world. She has been appointed to the Vatican's Emergency Commission for COVID-19. 

Lile has used her talents to provide solutions to individualized patient problems using data driven trend analysis to guide patients to optimal health and wellness, ensuring they are getting to the root cause of their illness.