MPW Foundation Supports Dr Oz And Sharecare ForTeen Well Being

MPW Foundation works to promote the welfare of young people using an approach for the whole child: mind, body and soul. MPW Foundation believe that Dr Oz's Healthcorp and Sharecare are moving in alignment with our core principals of helping youth.
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June 27, 2011 - PRLog -- MPW Foundation presents artist and healing workshops in the Philadelphia area to help build the self-esteem of young people. Recently, its Founder and Director (Mel Brake) was contacted by Amy Barone of Health Corp, because he was involved in a national radio broadcast to promote holistic health.

The show is hosted by well-known and respected Dr. Carl O. Helvie of the Holistic Health Show heard on BBS Radio Network:


During the broadcast, Mel Brake was interviewed about his healing of his body, mind and soul.

Amy Barone and Mel Brake agree that Dr. Oz new initiative with Sharecare, the launching of an  on-line resource for teens between the ages of 13-19 could be very beneficial for his students as well. We also suggests that everyone who has an interest in aiding young people to please visit:


We at MPW Foundation believe that healing starts at home, and the heart and encompasses the body, mind and soul for all children alike.

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MPW is a non-profit organization located in Kent County, Delaware. We offer workshops that focused on mentoring and supporting youth from disadvantaged economic and social backgrounds with the Tri-state region. Our workshops will be staffed with members from the art communities who have experienced with working with youth and teaching various programs as it relates to fields in the arts. Our purpose is to bring to affective youth in their communities a brighter future by using the arts to help teach them self-esteem, to be a contributing member of their communities and foster good will toward other youth and their communities at large. Our target audience includes both boys and girls who are school aged youth from both primary and secondary educational institutions and organizations.
Source:Mel Brake
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