Cardinal Hill Hosts Community Health Fair Friday

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Updated: 11/15/2013 9:50 am
From 7:30 am to 3 pm Friday, November 15 you can stop by Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital for their annual Community Health Fair.

The public is invited to get free glucose, blood pressure, vision, and BMI screenings. Organizers say knowing the results of these tests can help people know if they are at risk for major health issues like heart disease and stroke.

In addition to the health screenings, folks can also stop by to check out exclusive discounts and giveaways from local retailers like Verizon, Sprint, FroJos Yogurt, LA Fitness, Curves, Costco, Pampered Chef, and many more.

The Health Fair is happening in the Center of Learning within Cardinal Hill, which is located at 2050 Versailles Road.
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