–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 3, 2018–Photos are available on Business Wire’s website and the Associated Press photo network of “Make Time for Health” event held in Oakland’s Estuary Park Thursday, May 3:

Dan and Madeline (left to right), third-graders from Franklin Elementary School in Oakland hula hoop during an activity to teach kids about the importance of active lifestyles. More than 500 children attended a health festival at Estuary Park in downtown Oakland on Thursday, May 3, 2018. The event – hosted by Blue Shield of California and the American Heart Association – kicked off “Make Time for Health Program,” a three-year initiative to encourage Oakland elementary students to improve their heart health by focusing on tobacco-free lifestyle, increased physical activity and balanced nutrition. (Photo: Business Wire)

Photo 1 Dan and Madeline (left to right), third-graders from Franklin Elementary School in Oakland, hula hoop during an activity to teach kids about the importance of active lifestyles. More than 500 children attended a health festival at Estuary Park in downtown Oakland on Thursday, May 3, 2018. The event – hosted by Blue Shield of California and the American Heart Association – kicked off “Make Time for Health Program,” a three-year initiative to…

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