Go wild over health!
(Photos by Mark McClendon)
UTSA 'Go Wild Over Health' fair educates, entertains
By Tim Brownlee
Assistant Director of Public Affairs
(April 13, 2007)--UTSA Student Health Services hosted an information fair this week with the theme, "Go Wild Over Health."
On the ground floor of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building on the UTSA 1604 Campus, the free event provided prize drawings, games, massages, beverages and an assortment of health screenings including blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol.
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Additionally, information was available on heart health, cancer, social diversity, breast health, oral hygiene, prevention methods, STDs, safer sex and smoking cessation.
Pictured at left are (top photo) UTSA Student Health Services staff members and student volunteers, (middle photo) a student receives a blood glucose test and (bottom photo) an aerial view of the health fair.
For more information on UTSA Student Health Services, contact Kathy Ceresoli at (210) 458-4142.