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UofL Health creates 'Stress Relief Coloring Book' for families to enjoy during coronavirus pandemic

The 16-page coloring book has been downloaded more than 2,500 times.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — During the coronavirus pandemic, many people have connected with their communities through art.

Keeping with the creativity, UofL Health has created downloadable "Stress Relief Coloring Book" for children (and the young at heart) to enjoy. "The activity helps refocus attention, improves mood, and boosts creativity," according to the book's description. 

The Brock family, both UofL Health employees, downloaded copies for their children and friends at the YMCA in Clark County. The kids then gave their artwork to local healthcare workers to show their support and appreciation.

The Brocks said it is an easy way to spread cheer and show respect for those putting their lives at risk during the pandemic.

The 16-page coloring book has been downloaded more than 2,500 times. If you would like to download it for your family, click here.

UofL Health invites you to share your artwork with them by tagging @UofLHealth on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also share your photos with WHAS11 by texting 502-582-7220.

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