Learn all about living more heathily in Glen Burnie

September 28, 2012 by  

The Baltimore Washington Medical Center is presenting a health fair at the food court in Arundel Mills shopping center in a week’s time. This will be free of charge to attend and will feature health screenings for blood pressure, glucose levels and bone density.

Attendees will spot exhibits from local organizations for mental health, aging, and wound healing. There will also be various promotional items that can be picked up by those who attend. Fairs like this are important because they not only save people from spending money they might not have on the tests they need, but because they educate the public in ways to stay healthy and in how to reduce the need for extra doctor or hospital visits in the first place.

It seems more than likely that those organizations that will be presenting informational exhibits will be working with Glen Burnie brochure printers to prepare, who may provide brochures, booklets, and pamphlets, to hand out to interested persons. Those printers will be able to advise the organizations on what type of brochures and booklets work best for providing quick, yet necessary, information to the general public. With pens, memo pads, and fridge magnets which highlight the name or logo of the organization handing them out also being popular at this type of event, perhaps stationery printers will get involved too.

Those looking to take advantage of this free fair should clear a space in their diaries on October 5 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm and can call 410-787-4367 to find out more.

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