FOR THE first time, the UST Health Service visited four colleges on campus for a wellness caravan from July 19 to 22, in line with its physical fitness program.

The wellness caravan of “USTeps to Wellness: Fit and Well @ 400” consisted of nutrition counseling, health risk assessments, Body Mass Index determination, a wellness fair, a mini-wellness convention, and physical fitness sessions.

“The [wellness caravan] is part of [the University’s] disease prevention,” said Health Service director Ma. Salve Olalia. “If you want to prevent diseases, you have to promote health.”

Participating colleges and faculties included the faculties of Arts and Letters and Engineering and the colleges of Accountancy and Fine Arts and Design. B. D. Nicolas

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