LaBelle, Yoba, Flo Jo, and Della Reese featured in `Guide to Healthy Living' videotape

July 1998
Jet;07/06/98, Vol. 94 Issue 6, p21
Entertainment Review
Features the videotape `Guide to Healthy Living,' in which celebrities Pattie LaBelle, Malik Yoba, Florence Griffith Joyner and Della Reese share stories of challenge and commitment to good health. Information on the tape by Ebony magazine and the National Medical Association; Advise of Yoba given to young people.


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