POINTS SPORTS HEALTH LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE MAGAZINE

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POINTS SPORTS HEALTH LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE MAGAZINE


(Morristown, NJ, July 5, 2011) — Points Sports Health announced today the debut of its new online magazine.The website, which includes an archive of videos, articles and blogs on “everything sports, health and fitness,” is complemented by the new monthly publication. It can be found at http://pointssports.com.

The first issue, for the month of July, is centered on summer sports and fitness. It includes expert advice on such topics as skin care, the latest in running shoes and clothes, and videos on hydration tips. In addition, the ongoing regular feature, Doctor of the Month,  The upcoming August issue will focus on soccer, with a different theme slated for each month’s issue.

Participants in the inaugural issue include Dr. Matthew Kaufman of the Plastic Surgery Center and Institute of Advanced Reconstruction of Shewsbury, NJ; Dr. Alexander Doctoroff of Metropolitan Dermatology, Clark, NJ; Dr. Steven A. Hunt of Bedminster Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine, NJ; John Fabbro, owner of the Fleet Feet retail stores in Montclair and Hoboken, NJ; Nic Fink, Olympic Trials qualifying swimmer from the Pingry School in NJ; bestselling sports nutritionist Nancy Clark, MS, RD of Massachusetts; and The Janet Fund,  NJ.

According to Points Sports Health and Points Medical CEO Thomas Hofstetter, “Our goal has always been to provide the latest in both information and inspiration on important topics to athletes and exercisers. The new Points Sports Health magazine continues that tradition, and improves it with the use of completely original material.”

Points Sports Health, a clearinghouse for everything sports, health and fitness is a division of Points Medical, a national service designed to help healthcare organizations grow. http://www.pointsmedical.com/

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