The star’s dietician role is part of the star’s effort to expand her appeal to people with health problems, including the yeti.
“Star has a lot of people that are having a hard time because they are battling obesity, heart disease, cancer and diabetes,” Ms. Smith said.
The new role will pay $45,000 to $65,000 a year and includes benefits, as well as health insurance. “
I think the new dieticians position will be great for the future of Star and we look forward to it.”
The new role will pay $45,000 to $65,000 a year and includes benefits, as well as health insurance.
Star has said she plans to pay her own way through the new job, which has been described as a “life-changing experience” and an “opportunity to work with patients and caretakers.”
“It’s an opportunity to work alongside our patient caretippers who are some of the most dedicated people I’ve ever met,” she said in an interview with the Star.
Star says she has no plans to leave Star for the ABC News Network.
The star has also been working to raise awareness of the yetis.
She has created a website, which lists the names of people who have survived yetis and has asked people to donate to their cause.
Ms. Harris, who has worked as a dietitian for 20 years, said the role could also be used by her as a consultant to doctors and other healthcare providers.
“We can use Star’s expertise to work together with doctors and nurses to develop a strategy for how to care for patients with these conditions,” Ms Harris said.
Star’s plan is to expand into other roles, including on-air.
“The job could be used as an adjunct position to the role that she has now, where she would help to develop the network,” Ms Smith said of the new role.
Star is also seeking to create an online platform for patients to share information about their health conditions and how to manage them.
“A lot of us are living with chronic illnesses and we want to know how we can be proactive to prevent the disease from happening in the first place,” Ms Brown said.
ABC News reporter Julie Dib is reporting from Toronto.