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  • Hadley Elementary School first graders Dominic Aloisi, left, and Autumn Tarbox use stethoscopes to monitor their heart rates after taking part in some aerobic exercise Wednesday. The "Heartland" exercise was one of four stations visited in a Health Carnival organized at the school by students from the University of Massachusetts School of Nursing. Autumn is signaling her heart rate by patting Dominic in sync with her heartbeat.  The carnival also included stations titled Food Court, Germ Fighters and Different People, Different Bodies.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Hadley Elementary School first graders Dominic Aloisi, left, and Autumn Tarbox use stethoscopes to monitor their heart rates after taking part in some aerobic exercise Wednesday. The "Heartland" exercise was one of four stations visited in a Health Carnival organized at the school by students from the University of Massachusetts School of Nursing. Autumn is signaling her heart rate by patting Dominic in sync with her heartbeat. The carnival also included stations titled Food Court, Germ Fighters and Different People, Different Bodies.
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  • University of Massachusetts School of Nursing student Rhett Williams leads Hadley Elementary School first graders, from left, Tristan West, Alexis Selig, Dominic Aloisi and Autumn Tarbox in exercise so they can raise heart rates. The children then used stethoscopes to compare their own before and after rates. The "Heartland" station was part of a Health Carnival organized Wednesday by students from the School of Nursing and also including stations titled Food Court, Germ Fighters and Different People, Different Bodies.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    University of Massachusetts School of Nursing student Rhett Williams leads Hadley Elementary School first graders, from left, Tristan West, Alexis Selig, Dominic Aloisi and Autumn Tarbox in exercise so they can raise heart rates. The children then used stethoscopes to compare their own before and after rates. The "Heartland" station was part of a Health Carnival organized Wednesday by students from the School of Nursing and also including stations titled Food Court, Germ Fighters and Different People, Different Bodies.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hadley Elementary School first graders Angela Regish and Christian Ciolkos take turns using a spray bottle to simulate a sneeze directed at University of Massachusetts School of Nursing student Mike McCloskey during a Health Carnival at the school Wednesday. The "Germ Fighters" station was one of four instructive stations, including Food Court, Heartland and Different People, Different Bodies included in the event organized by School of Nursing students.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

    Hadley Elementary School first graders Angela Regish and Christian Ciolkos take turns using a spray bottle to simulate a sneeze directed at University of Massachusetts School of Nursing student Mike McCloskey during a Health Carnival at the school Wednesday. The "Germ Fighters" station was one of four instructive stations, including Food Court, Heartland and Different People, Different Bodies included in the event organized by School of Nursing students.
    KEVIN GUTTING Purchase photo reprints »

  • Hadley Elementary School first graders Dominic Aloisi, left, and Autumn Tarbox use stethoscopes to monitor their heart rates after taking part in some aerobic exercise Wednesday. The "Heartland" exercise was one of four stations visited in a Health Carnival organized at the school by students from the University of Massachusetts School of Nursing. Autumn is signaling her heart rate by patting Dominic in sync with her heartbeat.  The carnival also included stations titled Food Court, Germ Fighters and Different People, Different Bodies.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • University of Massachusetts School of Nursing student Rhett Williams leads Hadley Elementary School first graders, from left, Tristan West, Alexis Selig, Dominic Aloisi and Autumn Tarbox in exercise so they can raise heart rates. The children then used stethoscopes to compare their own before and after rates. The "Heartland" station was part of a Health Carnival organized Wednesday by students from the School of Nursing and also including stations titled Food Court, Germ Fighters and Different People, Different Bodies.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING
  • Hadley Elementary School first graders Angela Regish and Christian Ciolkos take turns using a spray bottle to simulate a sneeze directed at University of Massachusetts School of Nursing student Mike McCloskey during a Health Carnival at the school Wednesday. The "Germ Fighters" station was one of four instructive stations, including Food Court, Heartland and Different People, Different Bodies included in the event organized by School of Nursing students.<br/>KEVIN GUTTING

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