FAU Exercise Science student Kamahl Lewis takes the blood pressure of Well Program participant Bonnie Striker. All participants have their vital signs taken before and after every session.
FAU Exercise Science student Kamahl Lewis takes the blood pressure of Well Program participant Bonnie Striker. All participants have their vital signs taken before and after every session. HANDOUT
FAU Exercise Science student Kamahl Lewis takes the blood pressure of Well Program participant Bonnie Striker. All participants have their vital signs taken before and after every session. HANDOUT

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