JSU launches television and radio program ‘An Ounce of Prevention’

(JACKSON, Miss.) – WJSU-FM and JSU TV (Comcast Channel 14) will simulcast the pilot program, “An Ounce of Prevention,” before a live audience from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, at Jackson State University’s Mississippi e-Center @ JSU, 1230 Raymond Road.

During the maiden show, guest physicians and other health and fitness experts will explore Mississippi’s obesity epidemic. They will discuss the dietary and behavioral changes needed to lose weight, chronic diseases and their impact on impoverished areas and cultural demographics.

Getty Israel, a health educator, and Rachel Cowan, director of recreation services at JSU’s Walter Payton Recreation and Wellness Center, are the program’s co-hosts.

– JSU –

About Jackson State University: Challenging Minds, Changing Lives

Jackson State University, founded in 1877, is a historically black, high research activity university located in Jackson, the capital city of the state of Mississippi. Jackson State’s nurturing academic environment challenges individuals to change lives through teaching, research and service. Officially designated as Mississippi’s Urban University, Jackson State continues to enhance the state, nation and world through comprehensive economic development, health-care, technological and educational initiatives. The only public university in the Jackson metropolitan area, Jackson State is located near downtown, with three satellite campuses throughout the city. For more information, visit www.jsums.edu.


One thought on “JSU launches television and radio program ‘An Ounce of Prevention’

  1. Great News! So glad to see JSU’s TV Station and Resources used in such a positive manner. We have an opportunity to reach the masses and promote Health and Fitness in a State and Community that desperately needs it. This is great. I’ll stay tuned in. 🙂

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