The Walgreens Way to Well Health Tour with AARP and the NUL provides free health tests, education and consultations to communities across the country to help people get, live and stay well.
The Walgreens Way to Well Health Tour delivering free health tests, education and consultations to adults 18 and over. The preventative and early detection health services offered through the tour provide a baseline status of visitors' overall health. Over 1,000,000 people have received these free health services through this program since 2005.
At each event, our certified wellness staff administers free health tests and risk assessment that will provide participants with personal health information that may indicate symptoms and potential risks for cancer, heart disease and diabetes
Visitors can expect to complete the testing process in about 20 minutes. Results are ready immediately and will be explained during an on-site consultation with a Walgreens pharmacist or one of our certified wellness staff.
The nationwide tour features four customized buses that travel the country providing free services at local community events and Walgreens stores. Visit us at Walgreens.com/tour to see when the tour will be visiting a neighborhood near you!
Walk with Walgreens
Studies show that as little as 30 minutes of walking a day can help reduce one's risk of cancer, heart disease and diabetes. To help get communities on the road to better health, the company has launched a new program called Walk with Walgreens.
Walk with Walgreens is an online community and digital platform that enables members to log the steps they take and get rewards in the form of weekly coupons redeemable at Walgreens stores nationwide. Participants can also learn about the health benefits of walking, set walking goals, find local community walks and share content and information with family and friends through the site.
Actress Alison Sweeney, host of "The Biggest Loser," author of "The Mommy Diet" and a well-known proponent of healthy living and lifestyles, explains how it works.