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Dancing, Interactive Education, Health Screenings Will Help Rutgers-Newark Students Shape Up Oct. 10
Interested Media Should Contact Carla Capizzi, 973 353 5263
Newark, NJ -- QUESTION: What do you get when you add too many snacks with too little exercise and multiply times stress? ANSWER: Unhealthy college students. But Rutgers University, Newark, is trying to change the equation by adding in its fall health fair to demonstrate fun, tasty and healthful life choices to students, faculty and staff.
WHAT: The 10th annual campuswide RU Healthy Fair, this year themed “RU a Ten?”This interactive, educational yet entertaining program promotes fitness by educating students and employees about life choices that promote good health. Games will test players’ knowledge of health facts, and activities such as dancing will get hearts pumping and muscles moving. Also on tap: health screenings, nutritious snacks, giveaways and informational resources. Open to students, faculty and staff with RU IDs.
WHEN: Wed., Oct. 10, noon – 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Norman Samuels Plaza (entrance through the Rutgers-Newark Arch, University Avenue, between 175 University Ave. and 195 University Ave. RAIN LOCATION: Golden Dome Athletic Center, Warren Street and University Avenue, Newark.
WHY: Many college students eat too many unhealthy snacks and foods, get too little sleep and exercise, and generally make poor health decisions. But Rutgers is educating students to health dangers such as obesity, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, through interactive health fairs offering free screenings, fun activities and healthy snacks.
WHO: Activities, prizes and exhibits will be offered by various R-N departments and service providers, including R-N Health Center and Pharmacy, Athletics and Recreation, Paul Robeson Campus Center, Housing and Residence Life, Public Safety, Rutgers Dining, the Student Health Advocates, and UNITY Theater, as well as community and government agencies, providing vital information about available health resources.
Media Contact: Carla Capizzi
973 353 5263