National Kidney Foundation of Southern California & Southern Nevada Offers Free Health Screening

What: A free health screening for people at risk for kidney disease – area residents with diabetes, high blood pressure or a family history of kidney disease. Blood pressure measurement, blood and urine tests will be conducted on an anticipated 150 people throughout the day.

When: Saturday, February 26th,2011

Where: Franklin Elementary School 1111 East Mason St. Santa Barbara, CA 93103

Why: Twenty six million Americans have chronic kidney disease and most don’t know it. In Southern California, 2.6 million are suffering from chronic kidney disease. Early detection and treatment, including lifestyle changes and medications, may SLOW or PREVENT its progression to kidney failure and lessen the risk of cardiovascular disease.

For More Information: Natalie Kanooni- 818-783-8153

On-site Phone and Contact: Natalie Kanooni 818-783-8153 office 818-621-7709 cell

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