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May 14, 2010
 
Candy with a Cause
 
By: Robby Gardner
Nutritional Outlook Magazine

One company's new twist on vitamin B12.

The general consensus surrounding vitamin B12 is twofold: its importance to the average diet is high, and it can be difficult to absorb. B12 deficiency is no joke, with links to anemia, dementia, and other symptoms like tiredness, fatigue, and depression. Studies have shown high rates of B12 deficiency in various populations, including elders and vegetarians.

Consumers generally look to meat, dairy, and eggs for natural B12 sources, as well as multivitamins or B12 injections. But concern around how efficient some of these common B12 sources are has led to the launch of a unique alternative: Revitapop, touted as the market's only vitamin B12 lollipop.

Winner of VegNews's best vegetarian product at Natural Products Expo West 2010, Revitapop makes supplementing with B12 fun.

"We were targeting the autism community and the fact that children with autism often have difficulty with B12 metabolism," says David Dobkin, Revitapop (Tarzana, CA) operating manager. "This is just a fun and easy way to supplement with B12—one of the many vitamins being given to these kids."

B12 in a lollipop can be fun for any consumer, but Dobkin insists that the candy format wasn't chosen for fun and games. "The lollipop keeps the vitamin directly in contact with the tongue," says Dobkin, "which allows for greater absorption of methylcobalamin directly into the nervous system." Science suggests that methylcobalamin, the most bioavailable and neurologically active form of B12, could have better absorption rates through the tongue (via the trigeminal nerve) compared to other administration methods.

The methylcobalamin in Revitapop may hold another, more notable advantage over other B12 sources, too. This methyl form of B12 differs from other types of B12, the most common being cyanide-based B12, or cyanocobalamin, which is commonplace in animal and multivitamin B12 sources. For cyanocobalamin to be metabolized and used by the body, it must turn into methylcobalamin by dropping its cyanide group. Only after this transformation can vitamin B12 then perform its proposed health benefits. By providing B12 directly in its methyl form, Revitapop offers B12 in a form fit for function.

Available science tells us that those functions are numerous. B12 helps maintain blood cell formulation, a healthy nervous system, and even DNA synthesis. Another role it plays is in the metabolism of many human cells, including carbohydrates. This is why B12 is commonly found in energy beverages across the market. Another area of high interest to the scientific community is B12's ability to lower levels of homocysteine, an amino acid in our blood. High homocysteine levels have been linked to stroke incidence, coronary heart disease, Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and other health conditions.

B12 warrants further scientific research into its health benefits, but the available science tells us just how critical this vitamin could be to our overall nutrition.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 22, 2010
 
Vitamin B12 Deficiency Seen in All Types of Vegetarians
 
By Sid Kirchheimer
WebMD Health News

June 18, 2003 -- Researchers have long known that a strict vegetarian diet -- one that excludes all animal products -- can lead to vitamin B-12 deficiency, and possibly heart disease. Now, new research suggests that even those who follow a more lenient vegetarian diet are also at risk.

In the July issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, German researchers tracked 174 apparently healthy people living in Germany and the Netherlands.

They found that 92% of the vegans they studied -- those who ate the strictest vegetarian diet, which shuns all animal products, including milk and eggs -- had vitamin B12 deficiency. But two in three people who followed a vegetarian diet that included milk and eggs as their only animal foods also were deficient. Only 5% of those who consumed meats had vitamin B12 deficiency.

Take Heart

The problem: Vitamin B12 deficiency can boost blood levels of homocysteine, an amino acid implicated as a strong risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Studies have suggested that high homocysteine levels can promote blockages in arteries over time, possibly leading to heart disease and stroke.

"As the number of vegetarians is increasing worldwide, we have special concerns about some health aspects of this diet," lead researcher Wolfgang Herrmann, MD, PhD, tells WebMD. "We have a particular concern over vitamin B12 status being regularly monitored in vegetarians -- most importantly, in pregnant women, nursing mothers, children of vegetarian mothers and on macrobiotic diets, elderly vegetarians, and people who already have atherosclerosis."

Unlike some other B vitamins, B12 is not found in any plant food other than fortified cereals. It is, however, abundant in many meats and fish, and in smaller amounts in milk and eggs. This makes it difficult for people following a strict vegetarian diet to get the necessary amount of vitamin B12.

Meat Eaters: This Includes You

Even young, healthy, vitamin-taking meat-eaters may not be getting enough B12, according to Tufts University nutritionist Katherine Tucker, PhD.

In a study published three years ago, also in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, she found that nearly 40% of 3,000 adults under age 50 had blood levels of vitamin B12 low enough to cause problems.

"There were very few vegetarians in our study, and a lot were taking vitamin supplements," she tells WebMD. "There really seem to be a lot of absorption problems, even in younger people. One theory is the increased use of antacids may be blocking the absorption of B12."

The good news: It is virtually impossible to consume too much B12, since it has a very low potential for toxicity. According to the Institute of Medicine, "No adverse effects have been associated with excess vitamin B12 intake from food and supplements in healthy individuals."

Tucker's advice: "If you are a vegetarian and have been for a long time, if you are taking antacids, or are getting older and may be having some problems, or are just concerned, you can safely take vitamin supplements at levels of 500 to 1,000 micrograms (1 milligram). Fortified cereals may not be enough."

Vitamin B12 helps maintain healthy nerve and red blood cells and is also needed to make DNA, which is why it's especially important that pregnant and nursing women consume enough.

Vitamin B12 deficiency leads to anemia. Symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency, which usually come on gradually, include fatigue, weakness, nausea, and constipation. Long-term and severe vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to nerve changes such as numbness, tingling in the hands and feet, balance and memory problems, and depression.

A blood test is the best way to test for vitamin B12 deficiency, and Herrmann recommends that all vegetarians get tested every year.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 7, 2010
 
What's Up With B12 and Celebrities?
 
What do Margaret Thatcher and Justin Bieber Have In Common?

B12...what is B12? Why are there so many celebrities taking it? Is B12 the new Scientokabbalah? I keep hearing about it.

Through my extensive research on B12 -- Googling "B12," finding the Wikipedia entry, and reading it — I have found B12 is a vitamin that plays a key role in the metabolism of every cell in the body, greatly affecting the synthesis and regulation of DNA. In more simple terms, B12 produces energy and helps cells reproduce.

• B12 shots are becoming more and more popular. They work quickly, but to get a shot of B12 in your butt or anywhere else, you have to go see a doctor and needles are involved. Duh, it's a shot.

• B12 is available both as swallowable pills and sublingual pills. The benefit to the sublingual versions like NO-SHOT B12 is that, since you let it dissolve completely under your tongue, it enters the blood stream rapidly as opposed to going through your digestive system.

• There are even B12 lollipops and lozenges, like Revitapop. The B12 in these products is absorbed like sublingual pills, but lollipops are more fun. If you have a kid or you are Justin Bieber, you might want to look into these.

• Nasal sprays, such as Nascobal are another alternative for ingesting B12. You like to snort things? This could be your fix. Lindsay.Basically, to sum this all up, B12 is a vitamin, and a bunch of celebrities are taking it, and I might even start taking it.

Since I don't always trust Wikipedia entries, even ones I have written, I turned to a second source to do some fact checking, the delicious and very well respected, Mayo Clinic. According to the Mayo Clinic,"Vitamin B12 is an essential water-soluble vitamin..."

Conclusion: B12 is a real thing, a vitamin, and not a mystical religion.

Okay, so here is what you came for: stuff about celebrities. Who is taking B12? Drawing on my vast resources, random sites around the internet etc., I have put together this partial list:

Madonna, Charlize Theron, Justin Timberlake, Lindsay Lohan, Hugh Jackman, Adam Lambert, Prince, Victoria Beckham, Margaret Thatcher, Justin Bieber, and the list goes on.

What does this mean? Obviously, celebrities need more energy than the rest of us losers. Okay, okay, I'm not a loser and neither are you, so here are some places and ways you can be cool like Justin Bieber and Margaret Thatcher.

• Vitamin B12 is commonly found is foods such as fish, meat, eggs, poultry and milk. B12 is not found in plants, vegetarians and vegans need supplements or B12 enriched foods.

• B12 shots are becoming more and more popular. They work quickly, but to get a shot of B12 in your butt or anywhere else, you have to go see a doctor and needles are involved. Duh, it's a shot.

• B12 is available both as swallowable pills and sublingual pills. The benefit to the sublingual versions like NO-SHOT B12 is that, since you let it dissolve completely under your tongue, it enters the blood stream rapidly as opposed to going through your digestive system.

• There are even B12 lollipops and lozenges, like Revitapop. The B12 in these products is absorbed like sublingual pills, but lollipops are more fun. If you have a kid or you are Justin Bieber, you might want to look into these.

• Nasal sprays, such as Nascobal are another alternative for ingesting B12. You like to snort things? This could be your fix. Lindsay.Basically, to sum this all up, B12 is a vitamin, and a bunch of celebrities are taking it, and I might even start taking it.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 6, 2010
 
B12 Deficiency May Be More Widespread Than Thought
 
By Judy McBride
August 2, 2000

Nearly two-fifths of the U.S. population may be flirting with marginal vitamin B12 status if the population of Framingham, Mass., is any indication.

A careful look at 3,000 men and women in the ongoing Framingham Offspring Study found 39 percent with plasma B12 levels in the “low normal” range--below 258 picomoles per liter.

While this is well above the currently accepted deficiency level of 148 pmol/L, some people exhibit neurological symptoms in the higher range, said study leader Katherine Tucker. She is a nutritional epidemiologist at the Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University in Boston.

Nearly 9 percent of the study population fell below the current deficiency level. And more than 16 percent fell below 185 pmol/L. “Many people may be deficient at this level,” said Tucker. “There is a question as to what the clinical cutoff for deficiency should be.

“I think there is a lot of undetected vitamin B12 deficiency out there,” she said, noting that the study covered people from 26 to 83 years old. The research was funded by the Agricultural Research Service (ARS), USDA’s chief scientific agency.

B12 deficiency can cause a type of anemia marked by fewer but larger red blood cells. It can also cause walking and balance disturbances, a loss of vibration sensation, confusion, and, in advanced cases, dementia. The body requires B12 to make the protective coating surrounding the nerves, so inadequate B12 can expose nerves to damage.

“The good news,” said ARS administrator Floyd Horn, “is that most people can improve their B12 status by eating more fortified cereals and dairy products. Dr. Tucker’s findings show that these foods were nearly as effective as supplements containing B12 for getting people’s blood levels above the danger zone.”

Tucker and colleagues looked at B12 levels spanning the adult population because most previous studies have focused on the elderly, who were thought to be at higher risk for deficiency. The results were surprising. The youngest group--the 26- to 49-year-olds--had about the same B12 status as the oldest group--65 and up. “We saw a high prevalence of low B12 even among the youngest group,” Tucker said.

The researchers also expected to find some connection between dietary intake and plasma levels, even though other studies found no association. And they did find a connection. Supplement use dropped the percentage of volunteers in the danger zone--plasma B12 below 185 pmol/L--from 20 percent to 8. Eating fortified cereals five or more times a week or being among the highest third for dairy intake reduced, by nearly half, the percentage of volunteers in that zone--from 23 and 24 percent, respectively, to 12 and 13 percent.

Oddly, the researchers found no association between plasma B12 levels and meat, poultry, and fish intake, even though these foods supply the bulk of B12 in the diet. “It’s not because people aren’t eating enough meat,” Tucker said. “The vitamin isn’t getting absorbed.”

In the elderly, it’s probably because they don’t secrete enough stomach acid to separate the vitamin from the meat proteins that tightly bind it. But Tucker can only speculate about the reasons for poor absorption of the vitamin from meat among younger adults or why B12 appears to be better absorbed from dairy products than from meats.

Fortified cereals are a different story. Tucker said the vitamin is sprayed on during processing and is “more like what we get in supplements.”

Scientific contact: Katherine Tucker, Jean Mayer USDA Human Nutrition Research on Aging at Tufts University, Boston, Mass., phone (617) 556-3351, fax (617) 556-3344, tucker@hnrc.tufts.edu.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 1, 2010
 
VegNews: 2010 Best of Show
 
After scouring the selection at this year’s largest natural products expo, the VN crew returns with the fifth annual Best of Show winners.

Every March, thousands of people flock to Anaheim, Calif., for the annual Natural Products Expo West. Open only to those in the natural-products industry and media, the three-day show boasts dozens of aisles, hundreds of booths, and thousands of attendees determined to show off and seek out the hottest natural products. This year, VegNews attended in search of the top new vegan goods. After hours of research, testing, and deliberating, we're proud to announce the winners of the fifth annual Best of Show awards! Check out the full feature in the upcoming July+August issue, and keep your eye out for these amazing offerings, coming soon to a store near you.

Amy's Gluten-Free Mac 'n' Cheeze
Indulge in unbelievably melty and delicious vegan mac n' cheese in minutes, sans pesky allergens.

Cal Naturale Svelte
We're still craving these satisfying meal replacement shakes, packed with vitamins, minerals, and protein.

Earth Friendly Products DuoDish
The first of its kind, this gentle, earth-friendly dish detergent does double duty in both the sink and dishwasher.

Eastbluff Trading Company Cacao Tea
Made from cacao husks, this fragrant tea is like sipping melted chocolate. Who could argue with that?

Gardein Mandarin Chick'n Crispy
Crispy meatless chicken covered in a sweet and tangy orange sauce makes the perfect meal.

Justin's Chocolate Hazelnut Butter
An addictive chocolate spread packed with roasted hazelnuts, this sweet treat is revolutionizing snack time.

Kaia Foods Kale Chips
Our love for kale reached a new level with these crispy snacks, coated with sesame seeds for extra crunch.

revitaPOP
There's never been a tastier way to get a dose of vitamin B-12! Each pop provides a whopping 3.6 mg of the good stuff.

SoCalCleanse Charcoal Body Products
Gentle and effective, these detoxifying cleansers also come wrapped in plantable, earth-friendly packaging.

So Delicious Coconut Water Sorbet
Not your average sorbet, this rich, coconut water-based dessert satisfies with fun flavors, such as hibiscus and mango.

Tofurky Pizzas
Frozen vegan pizzas come ready to bake, topped with veggies, Daiya cheese, and Tofurky meatless toppings.

Zuke's Superfood Dog Biscuits
Companion animals deserve delicious treats, too. These superfoods-packed biscuits will keep any pup healthy and happy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 1, 2010
 
RevitaPOP Wins 'Best New Vegetarian Product' Of 2010 At The Natural Products Expo West
 
LOS ANGELES, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- revitaPOP, the Vitamin B12 lollipop, offering a great tasting way to get significant absorption of Vitamin B12, was recently announced as the "Best New Vegetarian Product" of the 2010 -30th anniversary Natural Products Expo West, held at the Anaheim Convention Center this past weekend.

revitaPOP Operations Manager David Dobkin commented, "We are thrilled to be named Best New Vegetarian Product of 2010. The Expo was a huge success for us, and we're happy to be recognized with this prestigious award."

Drawing near 60,000 attendees and hundreds of other vegetarian and organic vendors, revitaPOP stood out as the most ground-breaking product throughout the expo, and many of the attendees who tried a Vitamin B12 lollipop after walking around the two level 813,000 square foot Anaheim Convention center instantly ran back to the revitaPOP booth with extreme excitement over the sudden burst of energy.

In addition to the prestige of claiming the "Best New Vegetarian Item" award, revitaPOP will also be featured in VegNews.

The patent-pending invention of revitaPOP is not only a revolutionary method of applying critical vitamins to children and adults alike, it's also a popular and easy alternative to the nutrient being delivered via syringe, and a breakthrough stemming from the discovery that Methylcoabalin (MB12), the only neurologically active form of Vitamin B12, is poorly absorbed when taken in pill or sublingual form. Not only have they realized the need for a better way to administer MB12, revitaPOP is emerging as the superior choice for B12 absorption as a tasty, easy to ingest and extremely healthy candy-like sucker.

For revitaPOP media inquiries please contact BRANDX GROUP Public Relations Director Marcus Bass @ 323.855.4551 or visit www.TheBrandXGroup.com

About revitaPOP

revitaPOP is an easy and simple lollipop that can be had any time of day or night. The proprietary and patent pending lollipop is a great tasting way to get the maximum absorption of the vitamin B12 nutrient, without the pain of a B12 shot. revitaPOP is an active supporter of Generation Rescue and its Rescue Family initiative. Portions of revitaPOP proceeds are donated to the Rescue Family program.

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April 1, 2010
 
revitaPOP Showers Expo West With B12
 
2010-03-09 22:05:35 - revitaPOP unveils MB12 lollipops during the Natural Products Expo West, taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center March 12 — 14 at booth number 5588.

Los Angeles, CA 3/9/2010 — revitaPOP, the Vitamin B12 lollipop, a great tasting way to get significant absorption of the Vitamin B12, today announced its plan to present revitaPOP MB12 lollipops during the Natural Products Expo West, taking place at the Anaheim Convention Center March 12 — 14 at booth number 5588.

revitaPOP Operations Manager David Dobkin commented, “We are ecstatic to bring revitaPOP to the Anaheim Convention Center. Expo West has a great reputation for presenting the best in natural products and we are pleased to bring our organic MB12 lollipop to the masses.”

Since launching in May of 2009 as an alternative to B12 shots, revitaPOP has continuously worked to redefine the word “disability”, where each bag of revitaPOP that is packed, sorted and shipped, helps to employ individuals with developmental disabilities, brain injury, autism and other special needs. At the same time, RevitaPOP also improves opportunities for self-sufficiency at work, home, and in the community.
The patent-pending invention of revitaPOP is not only a revolutionary method of applying critical vitamins to children and adults alike, it’s also a popular and easy alternative to the nutrient being delivered via syringe, and a breakthrough stemming from the discovery that Methylcoabalin (MB12), the only neurologically active form of Vitamin B12, is poorly absorbed when taken in pill or sublingual form. Not only have they realized the need for a better way to administer MB12, revitaPOP is emerging as the superior choice for B12 absorption as a tasty, easy to ingest and extremely healthy candy-like sucker.

For revitaPOP media inquiries please contact BRANDX GROUP Public Relations Director Marcus Bass @ 323.855.4551 or visit www.TheBrandXGroup.com

About revitaPOP
revitaPOP is an easy and simple lollipop that can be had any time of day or night. The proprietary and patent pending lollipop is a great tasting way to get the maximum absorption of the vitamin B12 nutrient, without the pain of a B12 shot. revitaPOP is an active supporter of Generation Rescue and its Rescue Family initiative. Portions of revitaPOP proceeds are donated to the Rescue Family program.
For more information on revitaPOP and the Vitamin MB12 lollipop please visit www.revitaPOP.com or contact revitaPOP @ 888-MB12POP (888-621-2767)

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BRANDX GROUP is a full-service brand management firm with capabilities include marketing, branding, public and media relations, product development, web design, business collateral, event planning and promotions that produce quantifiable results that improve the client's bottom line and gain exposure on a regional and national level. BRANDX is located in Los Angeles, California. For more information, call 323.825.4551 or visit www.thebrandxgroup.com

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April 1, 2010
 
Leslie Loves Veggies Reviews revitaPOP
 
I was Blessed to receive a Bag of revitaPOP Lollipops for review. Towards mid afternoon I hit a major slump. So the day I got my revitaPOPS I "popped" one in my mouth and was a happy little blogger! These are not only a tasty fun little treat but a great way to get some added MB12. I skipped the coffee that afternoon, had my lolly and a nice tall glass of water. That day I offered my Hubby a lolly too. He looked at me like I was crazy, but took one anyway. He sat down and asked what they were and when I told him. He said they were really good! :) That's saying a lot.....
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 1, 2010
 
revitaPOP Reviewed By Pure Natural Diva
 
Diva Review & Giveaway: revitaPOP - the B12 Lollipop

March 7, 2010 by Tania Reuben

Longtime readers will be familiar with my experience with Vitamin B12 or Methylcobalamin B12 (Melthylated B12 or MB12) is that it is Vitamin B12 that has been methylated to enable the body to absorb vitamin B12 better, in it’s regular form B12 doesn’t readily absorb.

For those who are not — B12 is one of my go to cold & flu remedies. There is no scientific data to my knowledge supporting it’s use. That said, I know when I get a sore throat — a dose of B12 and the sore throat is gone.

The challenge with this natural remedy is getting your hands on it in a way that our bodies will benefit from it. You can’t just take a tablet.

You can:

Order it from a compounding pharmacy in Georgia with a prescription.
Make your own compound using 5000 mcg sublingual tablets crushed into .5 oz of water in a dropper or nasal spray bottle (Read Comments in Diva Cold & Flu Tool Kit).
Find a Doctor who administers B12 shots.
The B12 lollipop — revitaPOP — a delicious Lolli that no child will turn down.

In our family we use this remedy treating the common cold, but many say they have had great success using B12 with ADHD, Irritable Bowel, and autism to name a few of the symptoms they list on their site.

While their statements have not been evaluated by the FDA they do list numerous sources & studies pointing to it’s efficacy on their site. I know if I had a child that suffered from autism I would be willing to invest in a few lollipops to see if I noticed any improvement.

revitaPOP contains — no gluten, no casein, no Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’S), no FD & C Colors, no dairy, no artificial flavors, no dyes, no synthetics, no pesticides, no preservatives.

Ingredients — Organic Evaporated Cane Juice, Organic Rice Syrup, Organic Fruit Juice, Citric Acid & Natural Goji flavor.

Children may safely take 1 Revita Pop, adults may take 2.

My one wish was that they had formulated revitaPOP without Cane Juice — and that it was a little less expensive. Revita Pops are $34.99 (plus shipping) per bag of 30 lollipops.

Conclusion:
RevitaPOP is a great way to easily administer vitamin B12 and it’s so yummy no one will feel even know they are taking their “medicine”.

They are currently offering a promotion that gives customers who subscribe to receive one bag monthly will get free shipping and get a bag of lollipops for the cost of shipping and handling ($10) when they subscribe.

Ready to Try revitaPOP for Yourself?

Enter to win a One Month Supply of revitaPOP - A $45 value.

HOW TO ENTER:

There are a few ways you can enter, leave separate comments for each at the bottom of the article here.

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Become an Email Subscriber to Pure Natural Diva using the form in the sidebar. Leave a comment with a name I can print in our newsletter if you win!

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* This giveaway will run through midnight on April 10, 2010 PDT, with winner being announced April 12, 2010 in the PND Newsletter. Winner will be chosen using Random.org from all valid entriesl. Winner will have 24 hours to contact me before another winner is chosen.

Giveaway is open to residents of the U.S.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 1, 2010
 
revitaPOP presents at AutismOne
 
MB12 on a Stick! revitaPOP

Wow. I am sucking on a new revitaPOP MB12 lollipop and I kid you not... I feel a definite kick of energy. Created by Stan Kurtz, revitaPOP supports Generation Rescue. www.revitaPOP.com. Check it out. Thanks. Dave! KIM

(I am sooo taking these home with me.)
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 1, 2010
 
Nurishing Hope for Autism features revitaPOP
 
Developed by a father who recovered from symptoms of ADHD and Irritable Bowel, and whose child recovered from autism, revitaPOP offers a simple, convenient and easy way to effectively replenish your body with methylcobalamin (MB12), the only neurologically active version of vitamin B12. MB12 is a very unique vitamin and deficiency can affect vision, intestinal function, the ability to protect against infections and toxins, nerve functioning, and DNA replication. This lollipop administration and its unique blend of organic, gluten free and casein free ingredients are designed to provide both easy absorption and adhere to the GFCF diet. If you would like to buy or find our more about the revitaPOP, please visit their website www.revitapop.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 
April 1, 2010
 
revitaPOP presents at Rico's Get Better Co-Ed Basketball Education & Life Skills Clinic
 
Day 2 of the first of a series of co-ed basketball education & life skills clinics aimed at introducing high-achieving inner-city student-athletes to the value of higher education.
 
 
 
 
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