Rory Shea, a registered nurse working on her bachelor’s degree at Montana Tech, checks a Tech student’s blood sugar at the college’s health fair Wednesday afternoon. Students could check their blood oxygen levels, learn about healthy diets and the dangers of smoking and much more at the fair, held in the Copper Lounge of the Student Union Building. “A lot of times coming to places like this (health fair) is when people realize, ‘Oh, that’s not normal,’” Shea said.

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