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Atlanta, GA March 15, 2012 In support of its mission to educate and encourage men to make healthier lifestyle choices to prevent disease, the Men's Health & Wellness Center is pleased to announce the 5th Annual Men's Health EXPO on to be held on Saturday, June 9, 2012 from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Piedmont West Medical Office Park in Atlanta. This community event is in recognition of National Men's Health Week, a movement to heighten awareness of preventable health problems.

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This year's EXPO is designed to motivate and encourage men and loved ones, to focus more on their overall health and well-being. Several vital health screenings including blood pressure and stroke assessment, blood sugar, cholesterol, prostate cancer including PSA and prostate exam, oral cancer, lung function, skin cancer, bone density and balance will be available. Additionally, the EXPO will showcase several products and services of benefit to men.


Participants are encouraged to spend the day at the Men's Health EXPO. A continental breakfast will be served and lunch is available. Interactive activities at the EXPO will acquaint men with the latest tools and techniques to stay healthy. Valuable door prizes will be given away and participants completing health screenings will receive gifts and coupons from sponsors for products and services to improve well-being. Registration and breakfast begins at 7:00 a.m. Free parking is available in the adjacent parking deck.


Event registration fee of $20 includes access to all screening. Participants are encouraged to register by June 1st to ensure their space. Appointment times will be given for prostate cancer screening. EXPO registration and information may be found online at www.menshealthandwellness.org.


Background: About the Men's Health & Wellness Center
The Men's Health & Wellness Center, opened in 2007, provides men, and their loved ones, with education and support for lifestyle changes to prevent disease, shorten the healing process and improve the quality of their lives.

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