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BYU hosts Women's Wellness Conference Oct. 12

The Brigham Young University “Women’s Wellness Conference” will provide workshops for women who want to improve their spiritual and physical health Wednesday, Oct. 12, from noon to 4 p.m. in the Harold B. Lee Library auditorium.

The conference is free to BYU faculty, staff, students and community members. It will also be broadcast on the BYU networks. Visit byubroadcasting.org for details.

The conference will include five lectures that will start on the hour and end five minutes before the next lecture.

The lectures are titled “Eventually I’ll Make You Laugh” by Louise Plummer, “Forgive Others, Forgive Yourself” by Wendy Ulrich, “Cleaning Out Emotional Clutter” by Connie Sokol, “Diet and Exercise: The ‘Weigh’ to Fitness” by Steve Aldana and “Ten Proven Stress Reducers” by LaNae Valentine.

For more information on the conference sponsored by Women’s Services and Resources, please contact Tawni Smith at (801) 422-4877.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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