SURF HEALTH COMMUNITY ADVOCATE




Stephene Hosey, MPH, LCAM (Boca Raton, FL) is a healthy lifestyle advocate and her purpose is to help positively transform lives by encouraging others to live a life that reflects the very best of their ability.

Ms. Hosey has a Master’s Degree in Public Health with a concentration in Complimentary and Alternative Medicine. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Everglades University with a 4.0 GPA and with Leadership Distinction Honors. She is currently pursuing her second MPH in Functional Nutrition and will Graduate (March 2018).

Ms. Hosey was recently honored with a Community Service and Dedication Award from non-profit organization, Eat Better Live Better, (EBLB.org) in (January 2018). Ms. Hosey received this prestigious award for her dedication in providing over 100 hours of community service, in a leadership capacity, for the prevention, awareness and education of the childhood obesity epidemic.

Ms. Hosey was also recently honored by being selected as one of only 33 Palm Beach County professionals awarded with the Anti-Defamation League’s (ADL) Glass Leadership Institute (GLI) Scholarship for Leadership Development. She will be attending the GLI graduation ceremony being held in Washington D.C., in (May 2018) and enjoys serving with this distinguished, national, leadership class.

Ms. Hosey is an entrepreneur who owns Designed II Simplify – A strategic marketing and consulting firm for health and wellness entrepreneurs and companies.

Ms. Hosey is engaged to her fiancé, Andrew Klein, and has a little dog named, Asscher. She enjoys living a healthy lifestyle, fitness, reading, biking, boating, traveling and collecting works of art.

“Be Intentional - Live life on purpose and with excellence”. ~Stephene Hosey




SURF HEALTH COMMUNITY ADVOCATE ARTICLE


4 Foods That Will Make Your Cold Or Flu Worse In An Hour

by The Editors of Prevention - August 22, 2016

Even if you got a flu shot and diligently wash your hands 13 times a day, there's no guarantee that you won't fall victim to some awful bug this season. And if and when it does happen, the last thing you want to do is make your congestion, aches, and general crappiness even worse. So do yourself a favor and avoid these foods like the plague.

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