WNY Health Show Schedule
Sunday, February 24, 2013 10:00am - 3:00pm
Visit health-related vendor experts from Western New York. They will share valuable information, ideas, advice, give demonstrations, seminars and have show specials - all under one roof.
The "Family Affair" Food Stand will be open all day.
Bounce USA - Kids can enjoy the bounce house/slide
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children - Have your child's photo and fingerprints taken and receive a Digital Child I.D. card.
11:00am Meet Chef Binks from the Healthy Zone
12:00pm Watch as Sean Kennedy, demonstrates exercise bands
2:15pm Meet Chef Binks from the Healthy Zone
HEALTHY COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS
1:00 pm - Come meet Father Paul Seil, of "Our Daily Bread" which airs every second Saturday on Channel 7. He will be preparing shrimp, veggie and fruit skewers with low calorie caesar dressing and low calorie yogurt/blueberry dip.
VILLAGE OF HAMBURG FIRE DEPARTMENT
- Sparky The Talking Dog - Fire prevention, safety guidelines
- Townwide recruitment & retention
- ATV's (Equipment) Display
- E.M.T. Program
American Red Cross Bloodmobile
10:00AM - 3:00PM - Help save a life by donating blood at the American Red Cross Bloodmobile located inside the Event Center to the right. Learn more about Donating Blood
and the American Red Cross Bloodmobile
"S-Miles to Go" Mobile Dental Clinic
Visit this three-chair mobile dental from the University at Buffalo. The 42-foot long clinic is built on a semi-trailer chassis.
The UB dental school's state-of-the-art mobile clinic, called "S-miles To Go," is equipped with a panoramic X-ray unit, digital radiography and electronic patient records
Spit for the Cure
- Staff from Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Data Bank and BioRepository (DBBR) will be collecting saliva samples, from which genetic information can be extracted, for research performed at RPCI as part of its Spit for the Cure effort.
- One of only a few resources of its kind in the country, the DBBR at RPCI stores health information and specimen data from people with and without cancer. It provides researchers, who work to develop treatments and early-detection tools, with data that may help identify risk factors and reveal why some people develop cancer and others do not.
- Participants must be 18 years of age and will be asked to complete a health history questionnaire. For more information about "Spit for the Cure," contact Gregory Ciupak at 716-845-8863 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
10:00AM-3:00PM - Test drives and FREE scooters available for use during the show (first come first serve basis).
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