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Way to Well Health Tour

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Today a "Way to Well Health Tour" bus was parked outside the Reserve street Walgreens store giving free health screenings to any adult that came by. "Walgreens Way to Health" focuses on improving American's everyday health through early detection, which can combat serious diseases like diabetes, heart disease or cancer.

Five RV's tour the country providing cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure and weight tests to anyone with no appointment needed.

"We try to get things early, get them their results, have them know their numbers so if anything were elevated they can go see their doctor or physician and go over the results with them and give them more tips," Way to Well Health Tour Manager, Karen Mulch said.

The bus will be located at the fair tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and will head to Butte on Monday.

 

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