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Health & social services fair this weekend

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Civilian Military Task Force's Subcommittee on Health and Social Services is hosting an Islandwide Health and Social Services Fair this Saturday at the Agana Shopping Center, and Sunday at the Micronesia Mall from 10am-2pm. The health fair will highlight various health and social services available in both the public and private sector, as well as heighten the public's awareness on the need to develop a plan that will serve as a platform on health needs to formulate a plan of action.

There will also be free blood pressure, glucose screenings, and health counseling. Dr. Tom Shieh will be on hand Sunday at the Micronesia Mall to offer free 4-D ultrasounds to pregnant women in their second trimester. Exhibitors at the fair include public, private and non-governmental organizations in the health and social services field.

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