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Boise State's Health Fair Will Make You All Better

Wednesday, Nov. 16.

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When did it become so challenging to live a healthy lifestyle? Stress, rising costs and a lack of healthy food options have made it difficult, but not impossible.

The mission of Boise State's annual Health Fair is "B a Stronger U," and the event aims to promote healthy lifestyles on campus, as well as in the community at large.

The Health Fair is a great way to save time and money. Of course, it's not a substitute for a doctor's visit, but there will be health screenings available for cholesterol, bone density and blood pressure. Experts will offer fitness assessments and body mass indexes.

After you're done seeking out ways to improve your health and well-being, stop by the exhibit for therapeutic massage. You deserve it.

This season is shaping up to be a whopper of a flu season, so if you haven't had your shot yet, be sure to get it done at the fair.

Dr. Andrew Myers, author of Simple Health Value, will be on hand to sign copies of his book.

Take stock in your future and take a trip down the Health Fair for some helpful hints on how to live a more healthy, productive lifestyle.

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