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Name: Luke KenlineDepartment: Intern- Strength and ConditioningPosition/Role at UNH: Student

Upcoming Events

Apr 20
Guided Meditation Sessions - Room 334, Memorial Union Building (MUB)
Apr 20
SPIN! Nutrition Information Table - Campus Recreation
Apr 21
Drop-in Retirement Reception for Ned Helms - Elliott Alumni Center
Apr 22
Yoga Class for Students (FREE) - Wildcat Den, MUB (by the Game Room)
Apr 23
Free HIV Testing and $5 Gift Card - Get Yourself Tested - Walk-In Clinic - Health Services, Room 249

What's New at Healthy UNH?

Preventive Care, Healthy UNH Blog Photo
Be proactive and use preventive care to your advantage. With our busy lives, many of us only pay a... Read more
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Students receive an incredible amount of resources with this fee. Every student that is enrolled at... Read more
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Need a new comfort food? Try an Australian meat pie. If you’re looking for a fast Australian meal,... Read more

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Physical Activity

We connect individuals with many options for physical activity on the UNH campus and beyond, with the goal of empowering community members to take ownership of their health.

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Healthy UNH helps individuals find resources to build healthy lives through sound nutritional choices, with the goal of fostering more mindful eating habits at both the individual and community levels.

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Mental Wellness

Healthy UNH helps our campus community members  access education, programs, and resources for improving mental wellness.

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Health Care Consumerism

By helping individuals become informed healthcare consumers, we empower the campus community to be engaged in their health.