SAVE THE DATE: 2023 Annual Health & Longevity Lunch Forum set for April 7

By: Woodlands Online Staff
| Published 01/10/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – The annual Health & Longevity Lunch Forum returns to The Woodlands this spring on Friday, April 7. This venerable event, presented by the Institute of Health Research, will take place at The Woodlands Country Club Palmer Course starting at 11:45 a.m.

Health experts scheduled to present at combo in-person / virtual event

Based on the success of last year’s luncheon, whose theme was ‘Harvesting Good Health,’ event organizer Larry Deckerhoff expects a large turnout of people who are seeking to learn various methods and procedures on healthier living.

“It is a joy and a privilege to put on this great event once again,” he said. “The forum epitomizes what all is good about The Woodlands; an upscale dining experience along with a vanguard health technology presentation.”

Additionally, Rev. Ralph Fucetola JD, president of the Institute of Health Research and a retired attorney at law, an ordained minister, and a natural products and health care consultant, is expecting another popular and well-received event based on his experience from previous luncheons.

“It was thrilling to speak at the re-inauguration of The Woodlands Forum at The Woodlands Country Club after a two year hiatus, joining my good friends Doctors Rima Laibow MD and Ed Group DC, talking about health and health freedom in the same time period that the Institute for Health Research officially moved from New Jersey to The Woodlands, becoming a Texas NGO [non governmental organization],” he said. “More than a combined three thousand participants – between the in-person attendees and those who experienced the forum online – heard Dr. Rima and Dr. Ed talk about how our health and our health freedom were intricately integrated, offering us important strategies for achieving both. We look forward to the next forum, whose topic is scheduled to be ‘China, Global Health and Health Freedom.'

Lindsey Bonnette, the Institute’s director of community relations and events, plans to unveil additional details for the upcoming luncheon event, and encourages Woodlands area residents – as well as attendees worldwide – to save the date on their calendars.

Further information, and how to support the work of the Institute and the Forum events, may be found at

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