Here are some common questions college students have about diet, nutrition, and metabolism:
Come join us for a free workshop with UW graduate and Registered Dietitian Mya Kwon to learn about some things you might have not known about nutrition and metabolism, and how to sort through the web of information and misinformation when it comes to food, diets, and nutrition in the media.
When: 4:30pm, Thursday April 24
Where: Hall Health Center
To RSVP, please contact Mark Shaw, Director of Health Promotion
** Healthy refreshments and gift cards will be provided to participants.
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Possession of up to one ounce of marijuana is legal in Washington State for those over the age of 21. However, you may not smoke pot anywhere on the University of Washington campus.
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