Do you know your NUMBERS? The UVM Exercise and Movement Science Student Association invites UVM students, faculty and staff to body composition analysis screenings on November 29 and December 1. Attendees will find out a variety of facts about their bodies, including metabolic age, body mass index, predicted resting metabolic rate, muscle mass and bone mass. Plus, students in the UVM EXMSSA will be there to help understand these values and provide steps to improve them. Students use a state-of-the-art bioelectrical impedance machine to perform the analysis, but it’s as quick and easy as standing on a scale! These tests have a $75 value, but the cost of these screening are just $10. Walk-in, no appointments please. Proceeds go to the UVM EXMSSA.
November 29 and December 1, 2-8 p.m.
UVM Campus Rowell building, Room 017 on the ground level (please email us if you need directions.)
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Tuesday, November 16
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Vermont College, Montpelier
CONFERENCE: “Improving Patient Care: Examining Medical Practices for LGBTQ Individuals.” Day long series of lectures discussing barriers to health care for LGBTQ people. Speakers include Evan Eyler, M.D., M.P.H., clinical associate professor of family medicine and psychiatry. Fee: $30. Continuing medical education credits available. Sponsored by Fletcher Allen Health Care and SpaceSpace at RU12? Community Center. For more information or to register, call (802) 860-7812.