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Pittsburgh North Chamber hosting free Health & Wellness Fair Oct. 26 at Ross Park Mall


North Hills residents looking to boost their health can get an array of information at a new health and wellness fair in Ross Park Mall on Friday, Oct. 26

Sponsored by the Pittsburgh North Regional Chamber , the free will bring together more than three dozen vendors and offer lectures on a range of health-care topics.

Flu shots also will be administered by St. Barnabas Health System and Bill Sienerth of Choose Fitness will lead participants in an exercise program starting at 5 p.m.

Presentations will be conducted from noon to 7 p.m. and will include:

  • Dan Turo of Turo Family Chiropractic
  • “Hearing Health” by Laura Hruska of Beltone Hearing Aid Center
  • Dr. Desiree Butter of Colonnades Family Medicine
  • Pittsburgh Psychotherapy Associates
  • “Financial Wellness: Achieving Your Financial Goals” by Duncan Financial Group
  • “Back on Tract: Digestive Health” by Sue Wilson, Healthy Life
  • HCR ManorCare North Hills
  • “Bringing Common Sense Back to Healthcare:The Direct Primary Care model” by Dr. Kirsten Lin, Family Matters Direct Primary Care

More information and a complete list of vendors is available online .

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368 or [email protected] or via Twitter @TonyLaRussaTrib.

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