(WXYZ) - Rite Aid stores across Michigan are offering free allergy screenings for the most common allergens.
The free screenings will be offered from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 28, 2012. Participants who attend the event will get screened by a nurse with a Fluorescent Allergosorbent (FAST) Test for some of the most common allergens including egg, mold, cat, wheat, mountain cedar, dust mite, milk, ragweed and grass.
Many of the Rite Aid stores participating in the screenings are Wellness Stores. They're Rite Aid's latest format featuring expanded clinical pharmacy services, health and wellness products and on-site Wellness Ambassadors with customized iPads (watch for future announcements regarding free screenings & health offerings at your local Wellness Stores).
The following 15 Detroit-Area Rite Aid pharmacies are participating in the free allergy screening:
5789 Ortonville Road in Clarkston, MI (248) 625-5271
Belmont Shopping Center in Detroit, MI (313) 892-4600
18430 Fenkell Street in Detroit, MI (313) 837-2340
2880 East Highland Road in Highland, MI (248) 887-4121
1022 West Genesee Street in Lapeer, MI (810) 664-4578
37399 6 Mile Road in Livonia, MI (734) 464-7960
10 South Ortonville Road in Ortonville, MI (248) 627-2888
North Hills Center in Rochester Hills, MI (248) 651-1614
32905 Fort Street in Rockwood, MI (734) 379-9633
25996 Gratiot Avenue in Roseville, MI (586) 774-1070
9155 Telegraph Road in Taylor, MI (313) 291-6050
2971 West Maple Road in Troy, MI (248) 288-4385
12 Hoover Shopping Center in Warren, MI (586) 751-0300
63033 Van Dyke Road in Washington, MI (586) 752-8905
5983 Highland Road in Waterford, MI (248) 673-2059
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