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Free Community Health Fair, March 7

A pair of inflatable walk-through lungs will be featured at the 22nd annual Sky Lakes community health fair, Saturday, March 7.

At roughly 10 feet tall, the lungs display the delicate inner-­workings of the respiratory system's most critical organs and contribute to an understanding of how to maintain lung health.

The free health fair begins at 8 a.m. at the Klamath County Fairgrounds. In addition to the lung display, the event will include free lung function screenings, smoking cessation information, and a wide array of educational displays. The event runs until 2 p.m.

Wellness screenings at the health fair include:

  • Free cholesterol (HDL, LDL, and triglycerides) screenings;
  • Free blood glucose screenings; and
  • Free blood pressure checks.

Fasting 8-12 hours is recommended for best cholesterol and blood glucose screening results.

Physicians from Sky Lakes Primary Care Clinic and Cascades East Family Medicine will be on hand to interpret results at no charge.

The free annual health fair is a chance to get valuable information about your health as well as learn about the many Sky Lakes services and other resources available in the community.

The event is an extension of the Sky Lakes mission to help and encourage people to make better health choices.

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