March 4, 2004
Dr. Schneider To Offer Men’s ‘Tune-Up’ Public Seminar
Men tune-up their vehicles. They take care of their boats, fix up their lawns and do preventive maintenance on their homes. But sometimes they overlook one important piece of equipment that definitely needs some attention, themselves.
Dr. Robert Schneider will provide a very new and up-to-date seminar with a focus on health information just for men.
The “Men’s Tune-Up For Life” will be held on Thursday evening, March 25. The event will start at 7:00 p.m. and will be located in the Scotland County Memorial Hospital dining area. Plus it’s all FREE. Free refreshments, free gifts and of course, free healthcare information on the many common healthcare problems related to men only.
“You will learn some new and fascinating information that will both surprise you and more importantly address men’s healthcare needs and problems,” stated SCMH public relations officer, Bud Wilson.
The “tune-up” will teach men about preventative maintenance, improved health habits, and a brand new outlook that can fine-tune your health for the long run.
Topics will include: High Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Prostate Disease, and Erectile Dysfunction.
“You don’t want to miss this event,” Wilson said. “So plan now to set aside that Thursday evening, March 25, and mark it on your calendar.”
The event is sponsored by the Pfizer U.S. Pharmaceutical Company, Scotland County Memorial Hospital and Memphis Medical Services.