Lions Clubs fair to offer free health screenings, activities – The Guam Daily Post

The public is invited to the fifth annual Lions Clubs International Health Fair today at the Micronesia Mall to access a variety of health services and information.

The fair will offer a number of health screenings, such as vision testing, and consultation with an optometrist, where those screened can receive free reading glasses; and screenings for blood glucose, blood pressure, body mass index and cholesterol. Ten-hour fasting is required for cholesterol screening.

Visitors to the fair can sample healthy meals and snack bars, receive giveaways and obtain doctor referrals and health advice.

Different booths will provide brochures and literature on healthy living, cancer and diabetes awareness, herbal medicine, different youth programs, services for children with special needs and the elderly, and more.

After the lunch hour, Lions Clubs members will provide entertainment, such as Zumba and dancing.

Those interested in joining Lions Clubs will be given the opportunity to register with the organization.

Loisa Cabuhat, region chair of District 204 of Lions Clubs International, encourages everyone to take advantage of the free health services, especially those in the community who do not have health insurance.

The fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the Micronesia Mall center court. Admission is free.

The participating organizations include the Department of Public Health and Social Services, The Doctor’s Clinic, Guam Regional Medical City, St. Luke’s Medical Center, Victims Advocates Reaching Out, Health Services of the Pacific, StayWell Guam Diabetes Foundation and Guam Diabetes Foundation.

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