Explore the human body at our Head-To-Toe Health Experience

Explore the human body at our Head-To-Toe Health Experience

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to step inside the human body? Attend Goshen Health’s free Head-To-Toe Health Experience on Friday, April 28, to get a fun, up-close-and-personal look at how your body works.

The MEGA Body and Lungs are larger-than-life, inflated walk-through models of the body. They’re a great way for kids and adults alike to learn about their bodily systems and organs. At 12 feet high and up to 50 feet long, these interactive exhibits will teach you about health problems affecting every main organ, including the teeth, brain, heart, lungs, bones and skin, and how you can avoid them. The MEGA Lungs exhibit goes into detail about the critical organs of the respiratory system and the common ailments that affect it.

With obesity, diabetes, heart disease and other illnesses on the rise in kids and adults, it’s more important than ever to develop healthy eating and exercise habits early on. The MEGA Body and Lungs helps you do just that by reinforcing the importance of nutrition and regular physical activity for keeping your body healthy.

Stop by Head-To-Toe Health Experience from 4 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, April 28, to explore the exhibit and get first-come, first-served access to free screenings and assessments, including:

  • Blood pressure, pulse and oxygen levels
  • Body composition analysis
  • Bone density heel scan
  • Carbon monoxide check
  • Kids’ height and weight checks
  • Diabetes risk assessment (adult and child)
  • Diabetic neuropathy foot screening
  • Echocardiogram screening
  • Fitness endurance test
  • Grip strength testing
  • Malnutrition screening
  • Skin cancer risk screening
  • Sleep apnea screening
  • Vascular leg screening for arterial disease

Health experts will be on-site to answer any questions you might have, and Nelson’s Chicken will be available for purchase! For more information, check out the Goshen Health website.

Posted: 4/03/2017 by Goshen Health

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