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100-i "Walk with a doctor" will be held in Primorye

The jubilee - hundredth "Walk with a Doctor" will take place on Saturday, September 27, on the Tsarevich Embankment in Vladivostok.

As reported by the Department of Health, this time, the staff of the Vladivostok Clinical Diagnostic Center organized a campaign for everyone to “Walk to walk and live long”.

Participants in the recreational walk will not only be able to listen to a lecture by the doctor of the health center about the importance of a healthy lifestyle and get answers to all the questions of interest, but also take part in a thematic quiz with awarding prizes including certificates for a free visit to the health center and massage.

In addition, the Health Platform will work on the embankment, where anyone can measure blood pressure levels, determine blood oxygen saturation.

Scheduled and sports activities. So traditionally held a master class on Scandinavian and health-improving walking.

Healthy lifestyle specialists will teach you how to do physical exercises correctly and usefully, including using simple trainers such as skipping ropes, sports sticks and balls.

The finale of the holiday of health will be a joint picture with chalk on asphalt “Walking on foot - live long”, which will be performed by all participants.

Recall that the “Walk with a doctor” campaign was launched in Vladivostok in the autumn of 2012, and is being held with the support of the Primorsky Territory Health Department in the framework of the “Public Health” program. Dozens of townspeople take part in health walks.

This year, health campaigns were held in all cities of Primorsky Krai, where health centers are organized. These are Artem, Ussuriisk, Dalnerechensk, Nakhodka and Arsenyev.

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