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A DSU student learns how pet therapy can reduce stress and anxiety. Such information was shared as part of the National Public Health Week activities in the MLK Jr. Student Center on April 5.
In this photo: A DSU student learns how pet therapy can reduce stress and anxiety. Such information was shared as part of the National Public Health Week activities in the MLK Jr. Student Center on April 5.
Education, Health and Public Policy, On Campus

National Public Health Week Celebrated at MLK Student Ctr

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Students from the Department of Allied and Public Health celebrated National Public Health Week by providing information on April 5 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center on how to combat stress, depression, anxiety and thoughts of suicide.

For images of the Public Health activities, click on the below link:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/48216028@N03/sets/72157682252912225/show

The students set up a number of tables on the first floor of the MLK Student Center that provided information on ways to reduce stress, such as art therapy, aroma therapy, music therapy, pet therapy, as well as suicide prevention info.