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NUHS Heart Health Fair – Friday, February 25th!

by Feb 1, 2011

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In recognition of February as “Heart Health Month,” National University of Health Sciences is sponsoring a health fair to screen for potential heart issues. The heart health fair will be held at the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard. All members of the community are invited to attend the fair, which will be held on Friday, February 25, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The fair will offer:

  • Blood pressure check
  • Blood screens for cholesterol and glucose levels
  • Cardiovascular assessment with EKG
  • Problem-focused physical exam
  • 5-minute chair massage
  • Foot scans for postural imbalances

Admission to the fair is $5 to cover medical supplies used in the exams. Those interested in attending the fair may either call 630-629-9664 for an appointment or just walk in during fair hours.

The NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard is located on the university campus in Building B, just north of the intersection of Highland Avenue and Roosevelt Road. The center offers a full range of health care services, including: primary care chiropractic medicine, oriental medicine and acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, allopathic medicine, nutritional counseling and weight management, massage therapy, physical rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging, and more. The Lombard Whole Health Center is also a participating Medicare provider.

For more information about the fair or the NUHS Whole Health Center call 630-629-9664.

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Elizabeth Toth

Elizabeth Toth

Elizabeth Toth is Communications Coordinator at National University of Health Sciences. She helps promote the university via marketing and public relations efforts. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor of Arts in journalism and communications from Northern Illinois University.


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