Health care and nutrition in Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Brazil, the Olympic capital, is getting its own reality TV show as it strives to prepare for the Games.

Rio de Janeiro is expected to host the 2016 Summer Olympics, which will be the most-watched sporting event in the world.

The games will be televised live on Telemundo, a popular Spanish-language cable channel.

The show, Rio Olympics, will feature the athletes and coaches who are preparing for the games, and will also provide information on nutrition and fitness.

It is scheduled to air in August.

Ahead of the Games, the government has made efforts to make Rio more healthy, with more than 1,400 new restaurants opened since the Games began, and a new fitness center.

There are more than 400 cafes in the city, and many of them offer a wide variety of meals, snacks and beverages.

In an effort to boost public health, the state of Rio de Paulo announced on Thursday that the city will host a three-day free medical clinic.

It also plans to launch a new public health education program.