NEW YORK, May 13 /PRNewswire/ -- On Sunday, May 31, health experts, celebrities and entertainers will be at the Pennsylvania Hotel in midtown Manhattan at the annual New York SENIOR EXPO. Among the presenters will be Frederic J. Vagnini MD, FACS. Dr. Vagnini, a cardiovascular specialist whose Heart Show radio shows are broadcast weekly on WOR 710 and WWLR 1600 will offer anti-aging themes: how to enjoy life to its fullest by taking advantage of advances in medicine and preventing and managing diabetes, weight gain, and other health related topics important to everyone over 50 years old.
Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch will talk about what New York City has to offer retirees and seniors. Representatives of the Social Security Administration will be available to answer questions about Social Security and Medicare, along with dozens of other experts from government and private organizations. There will be free health screenings, including blood pressure, hearing, vision and more.
Joe Causi of WABC-FM and Steve Rodman, internationally famous magician, will provide entertainment throughout the day. Hundreds of exhibitors will display products and offer free gifts and raffle prizes. Tickets $10 at the door, but FREE with advance registration at www.NYSeniorExpo.com or by calling 845-482-2188.
On Wednesday, June 3 at the Manhattan Sheraton, 7 PM, Dr. Vagnini and his colleagues, Dr. Christopher Calapai and Mary Infantino RN, PhD, will conduct the 4th Annual Anti-Aging Seminar. The seminar will present such topics as New Miracle weight loss cures, New diabetic management programs and Anti-Aging therapies. In addition, Dr. Calapai will discuss a New arthritis cure -- Prolotherapy and Holistic health management.
Dr. Infantino is director of the Woman's Initiative program at the Heart, Diabetes & Weight Loss Centers of New York, where Dr. Vagnini is Medical Director.
The seminar is free, however pre-registration is required. Call 516-222-2288.
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