Posted by Paige Stewart - email
LUFKIN, TEXAS Woodland Heights will be hosting hundreds of East Texans eager to become more heart healthy at the annual Heart Fair. An event to kick off American Heart Month, the Heart Fair will offer free lipid panel screenings and blood pressure screenings. There will also be numerous healthcare vendors offering valuable health information. Mini-seminars will be offered on Diabetes, Cholesterol, Fitness and Cardiac Rehabilitation. We invite you to come and talk to our local residents who are taking advantage of this great resource.
The Heart Fair will be held:
Saturday, February 6, 2010
8:00 am – 11:00 am
Lufkin Mall (Sears Court)
Following is the seminar schedule (held in the party room near the Sears Court):
8:30 am Diabetes: What you should Know
9:00 am Cholesterol: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
9:30 am Cardiac Rehab: What is it and Why is it important?
10:00 am Fitness for the Heart
10:30 am Diabetes: What you should Know
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