TTUHSC Pediatrics Club & TTU Athletics host Kids Health Fair
The TTUHSC Pediatrics Club & TTU Athletics hosted a Halloween Kids Health Fair, where students educated children about choosing a healthy lifestyle and making better choices.
Katie Higgins, second-year medical student and Pediatric Club president, said this year’s health fair focused on overall fitness. “This event teaches kids about different aspects of health and fun ways to be healthy and get active,” Higgins said. “The event is in conjunction with other kid’s activities occurring on the concourse of the volleyball game including a Halloween costume contest, so we encourage kids to wear their best costumes.”
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