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With delicious food, parties and celebrations all month long, it isn’t easy to avoid overindulgence during the holidays. So UD’s STAR campus thought this was the perfect time to invite the campus and surrounding community to a special health and wellness event to help citizens get back on the right track.

The University of Delaware participated in the White House Healthy Campus Challenge, where visitors enjoyed yoga instruction, stress-relief coloring sessions (yes, for adults!), healthy eating workshops and even a healthy cooking cooking demonstration by Chef Robbie Jester of the Stone Balloon Ale House, who’s famous for Beating Bobby Flay. Guests also learned about the clinical services available at STAR Health and the partner organizations which support their programming.

The White House Healthy Campus Challenge also raised awareness of the open enrollment period with the Health Insurance Marketplace. The Challenge took place at select campuses around the country.

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