Fair aims to educate public on living, staying healthy
Photo Credit: 1st Lt. Elizabeth Nelson, Tripler Army Medical Center Department of Nursing
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii " 1st Lt. Celeste Singletary, nurse, Army Public Health Nursing-Schofield Barracks, shows Ulanda Diaz and her daughter, Ariana, the difference between a healthy artery and an occluded, or blocked, artery at APHN's health fair, held June 14, at the Kalakaua Community Center, here. Clogged arteries can lead to a number of diseases, which can increase the risk of stroke, heart attack and death.
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