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Renaissance Health Service, MicroPort Orthopedics, Ice Chips Candy join host, Ereka Vetrini, and a team of experts on January 20, 2016.


(POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – PR LOG – January 19, 2016) Access Health®, a magazine-style health and wellness series, will feature Renaissance Dental, MicroPort Orthopedics and Ice Chips Candy this

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 at 7:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Lifetime®, with an encore presentation on Wednesday, January 27, 2016.

Access Health educates and entertains viewers as it tackles the latest topics on cutting-edge developments and innovations in fitness, medicine and food – all to empower women and give them access to healthier living.

Don’t miss these featured segments taking center stage on Access Health:

A Healthier Mouth for a Healthier You – with Renaissance Dental

A bright smile and white teeth boost confidence; and now there is scientific evidence that confirms that keeping your whole mouth healthy plays a vital role in preventing disease and preserving your overall wellness. That routine dental check-up may be more important than you think as our mouths are like a looking glass into our health! Join Chief Science Officer Dr. Jeb Jacobson, DDS, MS, MPH who considers dentists “disease detectors”, with Dental Care Advisor Michelle Strange, RDH, BHS, MSDH, they offer insights that can help prevent disease and encourage early diagnosis of serious health issues such as cardio vascular disease, oral cancer, and diabetes. They will also address the importance of maintaining dental insurance coverage to manage the cost of dental care and keep up with routine check-ups, especially for seniors. For more information, visit:

A Shorter Recovery Time – with MicroPort Orthopedics

Access Health meets up with hip and knee specialist, Dr. Jimmy Chow, to learn about a minimally invasive hip replacement technique that addresses many of the reasons people are hesitant to have surgery in the first place. The SuperPath® hip technique is a tissue-sparing approach that allows patients to experience a shorter hospital stay, use fewer post-operative narcotics for pain and return to normal activities sooner with no post-op movement restrictions. For more information, visit

A Smile-Friendly Sweet Tooth Fix – with Ice Chips Candy

Beverly Vines-Haines and Charlotte Clary have developed a formula for a natural line of candy that doesn’t promote tooth decay. Ice Chips Candy is made with 95-98% pure hardwood Xylitol, a natural sugar alternative. Germs and bacteria cannot grow on the surface of Xylitol, plus it has a low Glycemic Index, which means Ice Chips do not promote tooth decay and are safe for people with diabetes. The chips are also a great salivary trigger for people with dry mouth issues. The most surprising quality of Xylitol, however, is that it creates surprisingly strong, vibrant flavors – a rarity in the sugar-free market – without adding artificial ingredients. Find all 21 flavors at

About Access Health

Access Health is a powerful and engaging half-hour health and wellness series premiering on the Lifetime channel, anchored by a panel of three renowned experts who tackle the important fitness, medical and nutrition topics of the day. The show educates and entertains with ideas on the best ways to get your body moving, revolutionary cuisine and the newest medical practices, all to empower women and give them access to healthier living. To learn more about Access Health, please visit: and like us on Facebook.




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