We want you to have access to affordable and effective health screenings and the 5 Health Fair offers just that! The next one is happening tomorrow at DaVita Medical Group in Colorado Springs.
It's never been easier to take responsibility for your health. These screenings can help you feel your best and will give you the information you need for your health.
The 5 Health Fair is also cost effective! Last year Coloradans saved around $6 million in blood screening costs by going to the 5 Health Fair. Around 46,000 people invested over $3 million in blood screenings. The cost could have been more than $9 million at a medical facility. It's also extremely convenient! You can receive a wide variety of screenings all in one place in your neighborhood.
You can find the screenings you want at 9healthfair.org or call 303-698-4455. Some of the tests offered include Blood Chemistry ($35), Blood Cell Count ($25), Colon Cancer take-home screening kit ($30), Vitamin D ($50) and Hemoglobin A1C ($35). This year everyone will receive a free Vitamin B12 screening with the purchase of any other screening.
The 5 Health Fair is from 8am-12pm at DaVita Medical Group located at 2405 Research Pkwy, Colorado Springs.
The 4-foot by 4-foot patch of grass right at the end of Kevin Sabata's driveway has been a constant thorn in his side. It's bordered on three sides by concrete or asphalt. There's hardly any shade because the trees in his Wildwood Ridge subdivision are little more than saplings. Despite all his efforts, Kevin just couldn't get the grass to grow. "It just was not coming back," he said. Before long, fines started coming in from the Wildwood Ridge Homeowners Assoc...
Early Friday morning, Pueblo P.D. officers responded to a disturbance at an establishment in the 600 block of North Main.
The 4-foot by 4-foot patch of grass right at the end of Kevin Sabata's driveway has been a constant thorn in his side. It's bordered on three sides by concrete or asphalt.
On July 19th at approximately 8:30 a.m., Pueblo P.D. officers were dispatched to the 1800 block of E. 14th Street on a report of two unconscious parties inside a vehicle.