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The radio show, Pavlina’s Kidz Place, is pre-recorded and airs Saturday mornings at 11:30 a.m. ET on WAPN 91.5 out of Holy Hill, FL; on WAPB 91.7 out of Madison, FL; and Pavlina Radio Worldwide can be heard on mobile devices and five Internet radio stations; the list continues to grow.When Pavlina is not on the air or attending Florida public school, she can be found at the Orlando Ballet School or the Joffrey Ballet in New York City; she is a top ballet dancer. Wherever her locale, she is equipped with her MP3 recorder and camera. She knows how to get the attention of the tour manager or record representative for photos and video; she’s a one-girl show.Pavlina has been featured in numerous publications such as Tiger Beat; Country Weekly; Backstage Pass Magazine; the Orlando Sentinel; Daytona Beach News Journal; and more. Upcoming features include a spotlight in Equanimity magazine at the end of August; and in Faces magazine, a world culture magazine published by Cobblestone, this upcoming October.

It’s no secret that America has a serious problem with obesity. According to the American Bariatric Society, approximately 127 million adults in the U.S. are overweight, 60 million obese and 9 million severely obese. In TLC’s new series BIG MEDICINE, a father and son physician team fight the obesity epidemic one bariatric surgery at a time. BIG MEDICINE premieres Monday, May 28, at 9 PM (ET/PT) and follows the personal stories of severely obese patients who turn to Houston’s Methodist Weight Management Center as a life-changing last resort. One of the most innovative bariatric surgery practices, Methodist adheres to a long-term, multidisciplinary approach that includes a plan for lifelong follow-up. At the heart of the operation is passionate father and son surgeon team Robert and Garth Davis, a pair who have dedicated their professional lives to raising awareness about obesity.

BIG MEDICINE offers a behind-the-scenes look into the controversial world of bariatric surgery. The series chronicles the emotional journeys and transformation of obese people who have opted to undergo weight-loss surgery in an attempt to regain their lives. Patients are captured at various stages in the process — before and during the surgery, through recovery and post-op care and often through cosmetic procedures designed to remove sagging skin after dramatic weight loss. The 13-part series introduces viewers to the Methodist team of experts dedicated to lifelong patient care, including a nurse coordinator, dietitian and counselor. This group works together to evaluate patients, prepare them for the physical and psychological impact of surgery and offer long-term support through post-op programs. To Robert and Garth Davis, obesity is a disease.