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Family Health & Safety Fair, Sugar Land, TEXAS 

SUGAR LAND, Texas -- Spirit of Texas Family Medicine (SOFTM) clinic will host a Family Health and Safety Fair on Saturday, August 22, 2015 between 9AM - 1PM at 15200 Southwest Fwy, Medical Bldg. 1, Sugar Land, TX 77478. The purpose of the event is to provide children and their families with an opportunity to learn about health, safety and prevention. 

We will have several Medical specialists available to answer your medical questions for all ages from kids to seniors. See our event sponsored list for confirmed speculates. w

We will also have representatives from the Sugar Land police and fire departments to answer your safety questions, check your baby car seats, and provide education on fire prevention. 

Safety education, injury prevention, and the use of protective equipment, are important to keep a healthy quality of life. 

The day will include consultations with medical specialists, Hands-only CPR training by certified trainers of the American Heart Association. Kids will get special attention regarding bicycle safety and car seat proper installation and use.

The first 200 children will get a free bike helmet courtesy of the Hard Hats for Little Heads program by the Texas Academy of Family Physicians, and theTexas Medical Association (TMA). Rep. Rick Miller our state legislator will take part in the action and see how TMA works to improve the health in their community.

The event will also include car seat safety, fire and burn safety. We invite the community to bring their children to this event. Bring car seats for safety inspection. Walgreens will offer Flu vaccines for adults and children 8 years+. 

Most parents work hard to keep their children healthy: immunizations, nutritious meals, regular checkups. But many parents don't realize that unintentional injuries are responsible for more deaths and disability to children than all childhood diseases combined. Most childhood injuries can be predicted and prevented. 

For more information about this event, please call us at 281-201-8737. 

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