Health Briefs TV Presents Air Dates for Flagstaff, AZ

Coral Springs, FL (PRWEB) June 27, 2013

The producers of Health Briefs TV are pleased to present air dates for Flagstaff, Arizona. It is known as the highest city in the United States. Affectionately called Flag by its residents, it is also the gateway to the Grand Canyon. This naturally beautiful area was once a railroad town whose economy was based on the lumber and ranching industries. Now, it makes its fortune in the high-tech and research industries. It is an outdoor lovers paradise offering acres of hiking, skiing and horseback riding in the splendor of all four seasons. It offers a rich and colorful history of what life was like on old Route 66 for history buffs. Locals and visitors in Flagstaff can enjoy the award-winning, informative program on KAZ-TV Arizonas Own.

The show host is Terry Bradshaw, a Hall of Fame quarterback from the Pittsburgh Steelers. His popularity began on the football field while leading the legendary team to four Super Bowl titles and picking up two Super Bowl MVP awards. Terry is just as popular now as he was then. From the locker room to the Board room, he has become a valuable commodity in Corporate America. He is a favorite motivational speaker and an often-requested celebrity for endorsing companies and their products. His well-known outgoing personality and credibility are key factors in his continuing celebrity. Throw in some cameo appearances in a few major motion pictures and close to a hundred appearances on the Jay Leno show, and the reason is clear why Terry Bradshaw is a great host and segment narrator for the Health Briefs TV show.

The program covers topics relating to the health and medical fields and offers valuable information about the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of many common ailments. It also features interviews with innovative business leaders in the industry. The show is headquartered in South Florida, home of the NBA team the Miami Heat. For more information about the show or its host, please visit Health Briefs on Facebook, Twitter or Google+.

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