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UPMC St. Margaret and Seneca Place-UPMC Senior Communities Partner for Free Presentation

“Alive & Well” Series on Healthy Aging Tips

WHAT: UPMC St. Margaret and Seneca Place-UPMC Senior Communities are partnering to offer free health screenings and information to help add greater quality of life to your years.
WHEN: 1 to 3 p.m., Monday, Oct. 12
1 to 2 p.m.
Free Screenings
  • Blood Pressure
  • BMI (body mass index)
  • Flu Shots
  • Stroke Education
Information Tables
  • Geriatric Care Center
  • UPMC St. Margaret
  • UPMC Senior Communities
2 to 3 p.m. - Presentation
Brian Wilson, M.D., a family practice physician at Renaissance Family Practice-UPMC in Verona, will discuss the importance of preventive care to avoid health problems or identify them early. His presentation will include information about diabetes, heart health, Alzheimer’s and dementia, diet and exercise, and long-term care options.
WHERE: Seneca Place, 5360 Saltsburg Rd., Verona, Pa., 15147
WHY: Why do some of us seem to age more gracefully than others? Studies show the answer isn’t just in our genes. One of the most important steps you can take is to follow a healthy lifestyle and get regular check-ups.
Parking is free, and light refreshments will be provided. Facility tours of Seneca Place also will be offered. For information, call 412-798-8000.
Note to Media: To cover this event, pre-arrangements must be made by contacting Stephanie Stanley at 412-586-9762 or

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