Mammogram Technologies are Discussed on "Front Page Profile" with James Earl Jones
A new Public Television program will look into this invaluable medical resource.
(PRWEB) December 03, 2016

While James Earl Jones is known for myriad roles on stage and screen, he has recently been serving as host for in a show called "Front Page". One of the forthcoming episodes examines mammogram techniques; a very important part of preventative medicine.

In recent years, breast cancer rates have plummeted in large part due to early detection. Like any other disease, treatments have a much higher chance of success if caught early. There are several screening exams that have become a central part of preventative medicine. Colonoscopies are used for colon cancer screening. EKGs are used to examine the health of the heart. Mammograms are used for the detection of breast cancer. As modern medicine has progressed, there are several different techniques that have been tried over the years to improve detection, cut costs, and ultimately give as many women as possible access to this vital medical tool. If breast cancer is caught early, it can be diagnosed quickly and treated appropriately. This gives every patient the best chance possible for a healthy and successful recovery. This new program will highlight these efforts and the people affecting development in these technologies.

"Front Page" with James Earl Jones is a public television program that is reviewed for quality assurance prior to dissemination to stations for broadcast. It has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades since its inception and serves as an example of excellent educational programming.

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"Front Page," with James Earl Jones, Creates a New Segment on Wildlife Sanctuaries for Public Television
A new profile of wildlife sanctuaries appears on the popular series.
(PRWEB) December 02, 2016

The voice behind the mask of Darth Vader now hosts an educational series that highlights issues and subjects in modern society. "Front Page Profile" covers a variety of topics, and one of the newest episodes takes a look at wildlife sanctuaries.

Environmental change is a hot-button issue that creates a significant amount of political strife at its very mention; however, the evidence clearly states that many of the species on our planet are threatened. Numerous species have gone extinct in recent years and even more are on the threatened or endangered species list. Because of this, wildlife sanctuaries have become more important than ever. These are national lands that are protected by the government from the development that typically destroys the habitats of some of the most precious species on this planet. Furthermore, these are places that people can come and visit some species that aren't found anywhere else on the planet. For this reason, "Front Page" took the time to film an episode and educate the public about the importance of these sanctuaries. This will preserve these unique animals and plants for generations to come.

"Front Page" with James Earl Jones is a public television program that is reviewed for quality standards. It is delivered to PBS Member Stations and Public Television for larger broadcast.

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A New "Front Page Profile" Segment for Public Television Featuring Host James Earl Jones will Discuss Specialized Hair and Makeup
A look into specialized makeup will be featured on the popular program.
(PRWEB) November 20, 2016

TV viewers will see how beauty is beheld and accomplished through the eyes of a professional cosmetologist.

From theater to the catwalk to the marriage altar, evidence of specialized hair and makeup artistry is found in more places than many may think. In the newest installment of "Front Page", renowned actor and host James Earl Jones will kickstart a 'backstage tour' into the history and highlights of this fascinating industry.

Front Page is a television show produced by a Telly Award winning staff. Each episode is filmed in high definition, so strict quality standards must be met before they can be approved for airing. Created specifically for public broadcast through various stations across the United States, Front Page gives audiences an inside look at various industries and educates them about the changes that have affected society today. The show is independent and distributed to Public Television and many PBS Member stations.

Host James Earl Jones has won numerous awards in his 60-year acting career, including several Golden Globe, Tony, and Emmy Awards. He is known for the voice of Darth Vader in the Star Wars Episode I, II, and III movies, and Mufasa in Disney's The Lion King. James Earl Jones has also starred in a wide number of Broadway, film, and television shows.

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Fruit Imports and Exports are discussed on "Front Page" with James Earl Jones
A new profile for Public Television will highlight specifics from the food industry.
(PRWEB) November 18, 2016

"Front Page" with host James Earl Jones provides a compelling, in-depth look at unique topics affecting the lives of people throughout the United States. The short documentary form is used to educate and often debunk misconceptions regarding topics throughout the country.

In an upcoming installment of the program, fruit imports and exports take center stage. Many shoppers at the grocery store wonder where their produce comes from and what it goes through to reach their homes. By following the process of farm to plate, "Front Page" provides an in-depth overview of not only what it takes for food to enter the United States, but also how food is exported from the US and where it ends up.

With interviews from professionals throughout the import/export process, viewers will gain a better understanding of what goes on behind the scenes and the quality standards food must meet and exceed in order to be considered for import into the United States. While other nations have different crop standards, farmers looking to sell in the US must meet the standards created by the United States. For individuals interested in where their food comes from, this episode of "Front Page" should be enlightening.

Front Page is produced specifically for Public Television and is distributed to public television PBS member stations around the United States. Each episode is filmed in high definition to meet necessary broadcast standards.

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Respiratory Therapy Is Featured on "Front Page Profile", Hosted by James Earl Jones for Public Television
Posted: Oct 19, 2016 2:39 PM PDT An upcoming segment is being produced on the role of respiratory therapy in medicine.
(PRWEB) October 19, 2016

Respiratory therapy is a specialized part of medicine that deals with the treatment of people with a number of diseases that afflict the lungs and thus affect breathing. The diseases include lung cancer, COPD, asthma, various cardiovascular ailments, and cystic fibrosis. Respiratory therapy involves maintaining patients whose conditions are chronic, either in a hospital setting or on an outpatient basis. Therapies can include medication, surgical procedures, and the use of assisted breathing devices. A new piece is being developed by the "Front Page" team, with host James Earl Jones, to address this sector of medicine. 

The technology for respiratory care is advancing steadily. Increasingly, people with respiratory ailments are able to live independent lives at home, taking care of their conditions, helped by the occasional visit of a respiratory therapist who can educate them in the techniques of self-care.

Often respiratory therapy can result in the improvement of various breathing conditions, allowing people to live longer and healthier lives.

"Front Page Profile," with host James Earl Jones, is a continuing series made for the exclusive use of Public Television and is delivered to many PBS Public Television Member Stations. The documentary production is the result of efforts by an award-winning team consisting of producers, writers, and videographers.

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