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OLOL Hospital offers free blood pressure screening before LSU vs. Auburn

Dr. Steven Gremillion, Our Lady of the Lake cardiologist, gives Mike the Tiger a check-up before the big game (Source: Our Lady of the Lake) Dr. Steven Gremillion, Our Lady of the Lake cardiologist, gives Mike the Tiger a check-up before the big game (Source: Our Lady of the Lake)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

One day before the LSU vs. Auburn home game, Our Lady of the Lake is offering a free blood pressure screening.

The event, called the Pre-Game Heart Huddle will take place at the OLOL Medical Plaza Atrium at 7777 Hennessy Boulevard from 3 to 5 p.m. on Friday, September 18.

A clinical team member will be on hand at the event to administer the screenings. OLOL reps say having high blood pressure can increase the risk for serious health conditions like heart attacks or strokes.

More information on the event can be found HERE.

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