Joyful Living, Healthy Lifestyle

Joyful Living, Healthy Lifestyle

Dear friends,


Aimed at promoting physical and mental well-being, Buddhist Community Alliance (BCA) is organizing a Health Programme from 10am to 4pm on 16 October 2011 (Sunday) at Nalanda Centre. This non-profit health event serves to create greater awareness on healthy living among the general public.

The Health Programme will highlight key health issues through public talks and an exhibition supported by Family Medicine Department of UKM Medical Centre (PPUKM) and the Ministry of Health, Malaysia. The event also strives to educate the public about the associated health and risk behaviours that may influence the quality of life for children and adults in later years.

As prevention is always better than cure, the organiser has arranged for free health screening and consultation to 300 participants of the day. Clinical test on blood glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure, Body Mass Index (BMI) and body fat distribution will be provided onsite. Be the first 300 to register and start taking control of your health!

Professional counselling session too has been lined up for the public at no charge. Our licensed counsellors will provide confidential counselling support to needy individuals as well as families.

To healthy adults, let’s do something wonderful on this day – give life by donating blood! Every year, thousands of lives are saved or transformed through blood transfusion by generous donors. Come perform your duty, don’t leave it to someone else!

All are welcome to join us at Nalanda Centre! For further enquiries, please call Mr. Richard Lee at +6016-908 7499 and Ms. Sunanda Ong at +6012-678 5100.

Joyful Living, Healthy Lifestyle!

With joy,
Sunanda Ong
BCA Health Programme Coordinator
Mobile no. +6012-678 5100

BCA Health Programme is jointly held by five BCA members namely, Buddhist Missionary Society (Kajang Branch), Kinrara Metta Buddhist Society, Nalanda Buddhist Society, Seremban Sudhamma Buddhist Society, and Sungai Long Buddhist Society.

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