It's that time of the year when it seems that everyone around you is sniffling, coughing and doing their best to infect you with all of their germy grossness.
Even if you're trying your hardest to avoid the common cold with copious amounts of hand sanitizer and Emergen-C at every meal, sooner or later you're likely to get knocked on your ass with something that feels reminiscent of the Bubonic Plague.
So for anyone looking to preserve their health, we suggest you head on over to the Boise State Health Fair on Tuesday, Nov. 13. The fair takes place in the Jordan Ballroom of the Student Union Building from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
The fair is coordinated and hosted by students enrolled in an upper-level Kinesiology class at Boise State, so let's hope that these future chiropractors and personal trainers know what they're doing.
The event is packed full of health tips and services, including things such as health screenings, fitness assessments, flu shots and (our favorite) massages.
Whether you're a poor student looking for some free health swag or just interested in all things fitness, the Health Fair has it. Unless you happen to be suffering from any flu-like symptoms then do us all a favor and stay in bed until the NyQuil has done its job.