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Life Line Screening taking registrations for April 2

March 16, 2022 Updated Wed., March 16, 2022 at 10:57 a.m.

Life Line Screening is offering screenings in Spokane on April 2.
Life Line Screening is offering screenings in Spokane on April 2.

Spokane-area residents can learn about risks for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes and other conditions at a Life Line Screening event.

On April 2, the company is scheduled to offer comprehensive health screenings at Orchard Christian Fellowship Church, 312 E. Third Ave. Pre-registration is required by calling (877) 237-1354 or visiting the website at

A screening package starts at $159, but consultants can help create a package based on age and risk factors.

A few screening options include the following:

• Level of plaque buildup in arteries related to risk for cardiovascular disease, stroke and overall vascular health

• HDL and LDL cholesterol levels

• Diabetes risk

• Bone density as a risk for possible osteoporosis

• Kidney and thyroid function

Life Line Screening, based in Austin, Texas, specializes in health screenings across the U.S. that are designed for prevention and to identify health risks.

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