Are you at risk for heart disease? As the #1 health threat for both men and women, the answer is yes.
The good news is the majority of heart disease is preventable. Join us for FREE blood pressure screenings and a presentation by Julie O’Neill, a Community Nurse Educator for the Karen Yontz Center for Cardiac Awareness, located in Aurora Health Care‘s St. Luke’s Medical Center.
In honor of American Heart Month and Heart Health Awareness, Julie is coming to Three Pillars on Wednesday, February 8th at 2 PM to share some of necessary tools to achieve success when it comes to heart disease. Whether or not you currently have cardiac challenges, come hear what you can do to help your ticker, including simple healthy snack ideas and more. Even if you think you’ve heard this sort of information before, you will undoubtedly learn something new and useful. Free blood pressure screenings will be available after the presentation.
Park at 375 Highway 67, Dousman – Village on the Square / Humphrey Community Center. Head to the right towards the Chapel / Theater room.
See you there – your heart will thank you ♥
More about our presenter, Julie O’Neill:
Julie is a master’s prepared registered nurse with a focus on cardiac risk factor reduction. Julie believes that most risk factors related to heart disease are both preventable and manageable. She is passionate about educating the public and providing them with some of necessary tools to achieve success when it comes to the #1 health threat, heart disease.