The steady sound of kitchen knives slapping against cutting boards interrupted the usual dull roar of students during lunch time Wednesday in the UTA FabLab. This was thanks to the participants of the Maverick Kitchen: Game Day Eats, who were making Super Bowl party snacks.
Two out of three people in America are obese, according to Leslie Lovely, certified diabetes educator and registered dietitian. That may come as no surprise, but obesity often causes the inability to produce insulin, which is called diabetes, Lovely said.
It’s important to get checked for sexually transmitted infections any time a student has had a sexual encounter with a new partner or stranger, and oftentimes this happens during spring break, said Angela Middleton, medical director of UTA health services.
With the new semester kicking off, a little inspiration might be exactly what's needed to get through the day, week or semester. Students share their favorite quotes that give them motivation to keep going.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full swing and UTA Health Services is making sure students are aware of their options when it comes to checking their breasts.
Accounting senior Courtney Whitten said it’s important to donate money and time to breast cancer organizations, but it may be easier to see where the money goes with locally-grown organizations.
Feb. 15 was the deadline for enrolling in a federal Marketplace health insurance plan. It was also the deadline to avoid the penalty for not having health care for 2015.
Campus Recreation welcomed more than just new students into its doors at the start of spring semester. The TRX suspension training system also made its debut in the Maverick Activities Center.