Stethoscope Series: KW medical students bringing knowledge to the community
The Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine, Waterloo Regional Campus is pleased to offer the Stethoscope Series, a community lecture series hosted by medical students focused on bringing health topics and issues to the Kitchener-Waterloo community at large. This three-part informational series will take place on a monthly basis. Please join us as our medical students address the facts – and misconceptions – about health and medicine today.
All ages and groups are welcome! Join us for the following lecture:
Monday, May 2, 2016 - 6:00-7:30pm (RM 2018 – Lecture Hall)
In popular culture, medicine is full of myths. Ever wonder if sugar really makes your kids hyper? Do you really need to be drinking those 8 glasses of water a day? Or what about smoking and antibiotics? Are there myths hidden behind all the stories we pass from generation to generation? Find out at our final installment of the Stethoscope Series, where Medical Mythbuster’s demystify these age-old medical questions!
ADMISSION IS FREE however an RSVP is appreciated, as light refreshments will be served.
**PARKING IS AVAILABLE IN THE LOT OFF OF JOSEPH ST OR VISITOR PARKING (LOT 1) - $5 FOR EITHER LOT**
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