Screenings, Health Information Included in Diabetes EXPO in March

Feb 1, 2013


Diabetes is one of America’s greatest health concerns. Nearly 26 million children and adults in the U.S. have the disease, and many more are at risk of developing it later in life.

The American Diabetes Association is holding an EXPO in Salt Lake City to help combat this problem in Utah and provide residents with free screenings and other information related to diabetes prevention and healthy living, according to Dr. Elizabeth Seaquist, president of medicine and science for the ADA.

The EXPO will be held on Mar. 2 at the South Town Exposition Center in Salt Lake City. It is free and open to the public, with activities geared toward youth and their families. 

Eric is from Las Vegas, Nevada and studies broadcast journalism at Utah State. In joining the Utah Public Radio family, he has now delved into each of the "Big Three" of journalism: print, television and radio. His dream is to someday live and report the news in Chicago, Illinois (or wherever his career takes him.) In addition to reporting for UPR, Eric is the copy editor at the Utah Statesman and contributes to Aggie TV News.