West Palm Beach, FL, March 09, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The Profiles Series announces the production of a special edition episode focusing on the aging baby boomer population in America and the ways in which they are impacting medicine as we know it, in their quest to quell the ravages of time and live longer and healthier lives than ever before.
Executive Producer Wali Waiters says, “The program will discuss issues surrounding Medicaid, prescription drugs, and the overall quality of health of the boomers.”
With baby boomers hitting middle age and being one of the single largest and wealthiest demographics in the USA, this edition of The Profiles Series will provide an in-depth look at how their refusal to grow old gracefully is a driving force behind technological innovations that some are saying will change America’s entire health-care system.
Senior Producer Ed Shaland says, “Education is the key to empowerment ant that is what we want to do is empower the boomers.”
In addition, this episode will showcase some of the businesses and individuals behind the latest trends in cosmetics, plastic surgery, nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle makeovers for the baby boomer generation.
The Profiles Series is hosted by Academy Award winner, Lou Gossett, Jr. whose films include “A Raisin in the Sun”, “An Officer and a Gentleman”, and Tyler Perry’s newly released “Daddy’s Little Girl”. Gossett’s previous involvement in organizations like the NAACP, CARE, and the United States Armed Forces adds to his validity and integrity in the causes featured on the series.
Profiles Productions, LLC’s mission is to create quality programming which will inform, educate and enlighten their viewers both nationally and internationally. The Profiles Series cover a variety of topics ranging from health and medical to business, and environmental. The program can be seen on cable networks nationwide and internationally on Voice of America Television. Those interested in finding out more about the series can visit the website at www.profilesseries.com