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Jan172011

Dr. Oz - Healthy Lifestyle Expo - Feb 5th

Join TheCPAPPeople.com on February 5th in Richmond, VA for the Healthy Lifestyle Expo at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.

The VCU Medical Center and WTVR-CBS 6 present the 2011 Healthy Lifestyle Expo on Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.  Come meet Dr. Oz!

TheCPAPPeople.com is proud to be a part of the expo this year.  Look for our display and booth on the convention floor.  Learn about CPAP Therapy, CPAP machines and CPAP masks, and get the latest information on technologies!

The expo provides a one-stop health care learning experience. Representatives from more than 25 clinics and services at the VCU Medical Center, including the Pauley Heart CenterMassey Cancer CenterChildren's Hospital of Richmond and many more, will be on hand to answer your health questions.

Promoting healthy living and total wellness, the expo will feature fitness and cooking demonstrations as well as health screenings, product demonstrations and access to health and wellness experts. 

Go to http://www.wtvr.com/health/healthylifestyleexpo/ for more information or call 804-828-0123.

 

 

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