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Heroes Health Fund Event in Las Vegas

August 10th, 2011

LAS VEGAS - JUNE 11: (L-R) John Travolta, Kelly Preston and Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff attend the Heroes Health Fund Benefit for Ailing Firefighters and Policemen at The Wynn Hotel And Casino Resort on June 11, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Michael Doven/Getty Images)

For more information on this program and some of the key locations it is being implemented, please visit the following websites:
www.sphwc.com
www.nydetox.org
www.utah‐detox.org
www.detoxacademy.org

For more information about the Heroes Health Fund,
or to make a donation, contact:
Severna Park Health & Wellness Center
645 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, Suite 113
Severna Park, MD 21146
www.sphwc.com

From Extra.com
Travolta, honored by the Heroes Health Fund, a national charity overseeing the rehabilitation of first responders, firefighters, police officers and military personnel, shared his concern over America’s heroes and the health challenges they face. “After September 11, I observed the ill effects of the chemicals the firefighters, police and EMTs were exposed to.”

“Then I got to do this movie called ‘Ladder 49,’ and with my own eyes I got to see all the friends I made, who trained me in the movie, that they were suffering from ailments,” Travolta revealed.

Through the Heroes Health Fund, first responders can be treated using a therapeutic detoxification regimen consisting largely of exercise, time in a sauna and a diet of antioxidants. “It’s not easy. It’s a lot of vitamins, a lot of oils, a lot of sweating, but you know, the product is health,” the actor explained.