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Fair promotes healthy lifestyle
BY KRISTEN EUAS
Eating cheeseburgers for
lunch, carrying a heavy bookbag
to class and watching TV for hours
is common for many students.
But this week, cholesterol tests
to define what those cheeseburg
ers have done, massages to soothe
aching backs and a coupon for a
free aerobics class may help many
students redefine their lifestyles.
Health First, which begins
today and runs through this
Friday, is UNL’s health and well
ness fair. Festivities will run daily
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The fair is sponsored by the
University Health Center, the
Campus Recreation Center and
the University Police Depart
Stress management tech
niques, personal fitness, sexuality
issues, personal safety on campus,
free massages, cholesterol screen
ings and fitness assessments are
all part of the week's events.
Organizers said the fair will
help college students see the
importance of staying healthy.
“Students are pulled in so
many directions they forget about
what they should be doing for
themselves and their health,” said
Andy Link, University Health
Center wellness coordinator.
Kris Ohling, assistant director
of injury prevention and care at
campus rec, said one of the fair’s
goals is to help students see that
living a healthy lifestyle can be fun.
“This is our first annual health
fair and we thought we’d work
cooperatively with the other enti
ties to make it more accessible and
a more comprehensive health
fair,” Ohling said.
Personal trainers will be avail
able during the week to help stu
dents with fitness evaluations.
“Part of engaging in an activity
is finding what you like to do,” said
Sarah Emanuel, assistant director
of Fitness and Wellness services. “A
healthy lifestyle encompasses
many things: keeping your
immune system up, staying physi
cally fit and feeling safe and secure
in your surroundings.”
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