Saint Louis University

SLU Lions International Disease Prevention Program

Tuesday, April 9
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Busch Student Center, 253D

SLU Lions Club, St. Louis, allows students to help serve the community and maintain peace in our society. Members help serve our community through vision education and disease prevention in St. Louis school districts, gain hands-on medical experience through vision screenings, and fundraise to help eliminate health disparities around the world. This event consists of several student presentations on various health topics, which include obesity, diabetes, eye care and tobacco/drug awareness. Each topics' presentation is supplemented with engaging activities that help emphasize the beneficial information that educate individuals on disease prevention and increase health literacy among SLU students and within the St. Louis metro community. SLU Lions Club members will also conduct vision and amblyopia screenings. All student presentations will be occurring simultaneously, and viewers are welcome to view whichever presentation entices them most.

Higher purpose. Greater good.
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