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Khanna Institute of Vision and Your Health Connection Spring Expo
Date:4/10/2010

Khanna Institute of Vision will be participating in a Health Expo organized by YHC magazine on April 25.

(Vocus) April 10, 2010 -- The Khanna institute to attend the YHC Health Expo on April 25th at the Hyatt plaza hotel at 880 S. Westlake Blvd, Westlake Village, CA 91361

Khanna Institute of LASIK & Refractive surgery, an eye surgery center that caters to individuals with vision needs. The Khanna institute is consistently emphasizing the importance of a healthy lifestyle, healthy eyes and long lasting vision. Your Health Connection promotes the concept of a healthy life style by hosting annual health expos and seminars. One of their pivotal events is the Spring Health Expo. This year the event will commence on April 25th at the Hyatt plaza hotel in Westlake Village. The expo allows attendees to gain a full understanding of health and well-being. Visitors are given a hands-on experience with a variety of products, services and treatments related to health and wellness. They are encouraged to interact and gain knowledge on the latest herbal remedies and cutting edge technology. There will be a variety of vendors with information on skin care, nutrition, weight management and all services related to health and wellness. The Khanna institute is pleased to be attending the expo and hopes to educate others on the importance of vision. Los Angeles LASIK surgeon and his staff will offer free vision screening and consults.

Your Health connection is high end lifestyle and health publication in the Los Angeles area. Founded in 2005 the magazine continues to present informative
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