Dallas Baylor Health Care will be presenting its FREE annual men's Health Fair this Saturday in Dallas. The free event, titled "It's a Guy Thing" is a health fair just for men, complete with free health screenings, information booths and other healthy activities men will love, like free chair massages and free golf swing analysis for attendees. Make Father's Day a special-- and healthy-- one by signing Dad up for this free event.
Free screenings include blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, body composition, lung capacity and hearing tests. Dad can also register to attend one or more of the following free informational sessions:
- Heart and Vascular Wellness: How to achieve better health
- Heartburn and Acid Indigestion
- Health checks necessary at every age
- Men’s Urology: Keeping your plumbing in good working order
- Cancer: How to minimize your risk
In addition to the free health seminars, Dad can browse informational health and wellness booths covering diabetes prevention, cancer information, spine care, nutrition, cardiovascular disorders and health checks by decade, as well as useful information on cholesterol, blood pressure and stroke.
Men can round out their morning by recieving a free five minute chair massage, free golf swing analysis and checking out the free "Thrill of the Grill" cooking demo.
Registration is required for this free special event and spaces fill up quickly. Register today by calling 1.800.4BAYLOR or visiting Baylor Health Care System's It's a Guy Thing web page.
It's a Guy Thing, Baylor Health Care's FREE men's health and wellness fair will be held this Saturday, June 19th from 7:30 am to 12:20 pm at The Doubletree Hotel - Campbell Centre, 8250 N. Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas 76206. And the parking is free, too.
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