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The Men's Health and Wellness Center, along with Georgia Urology and Northside Hospital is conducting a KNOW YOUR NUMBERS preventive health screening program for men (spouses are invited). Screening for the 5 major areas of potential health problems with men as they age will be provided
All men over 40 should know their baseline numbers in each category.
A continental breakfast will be provided. Preferably, No food or drink before your cholesterol and glucose tests.
Registration required: All screenings are free, but registration is required to ensure your slot, since only the first 100 can be accommodated in this timeframe. Register by calling the Men's Health and Wellness Center at 678-638-6388 or
Prostate cancer will touch the lives of more than 218,000 families this year. More than 27,000 men will die from it. It could be your husband, father, grandfather, son, uncle, neighbor, friend or colleague. Our goal is to help end prostate cancer, a curable cancer if detected early enough. Your support is critical. Please do it for men in your life and their families.
Lace up your sneakers and join the Men's Health and Wellness Center at the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk - Atlanta on Saturday, June 14 in Sandy Springs, GA. The race is part of the ZERO Prostate Cancer Challenge – the premier men’s health event series in America – coming to more than three-dozen cities across the nation in 2014. This tight-knit community activity brings together athletes, doctors, cancer survivors and those who care about them to end prostate cancer. We aim to accomplish our goal by funding research and providing free testing and education.