June 6, 2006—for immediate release Tom Karlya at email@example.com or 203-221-3453.
Not All of the Sopranos are off the air this Sunday
In the horrific world of diabetes, many choose not to talk about it. As they say on TV’s smash hit, The Sopranos; “…someone’s talk’n….” And this Sunday, June 11th Aida Turturro aka Janice Soprano is ‘talk’n’ and has a lot to say about her diabetes, what others need to know to take care of their diabetes and the responsibility of TV and Movies to portray diabetes as it really is. The actress, and now diabetes advocate, is a guest on dLife, your diabetes life on CNBC at 7:00PM EST. She talks about not only her struggles with diabetes but the decision to speak about it more openly in public. She is also not shy on the strengths and pitfalls on how diabetes is portrayed in specific TV shows and movies and the responsibility of Hollywood.
dLifeTV is the first and only national weekly lifestyle talk show about diabetes devoted to the diabetes lifestyle and http://www.dLife.com is the largest independent website and. It is the first and only multimedia platform for information, inspiration, and connection and is produced by LifeMed Media. It airs every Sunday evening on CNBC at 7:00PM ET, 6:00PM CT, and 4:00PM PT. dLifeRadio is also heard around the country on over 400 radio stations and on XM satellite radio.
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