February 19, 2015
While the dining halls are certainly a place that students enjoy, over 500 faculty and staff members enjoy it also!
Each UNH faculty and staff meal plan gives you a set number of meals, which are good at Holloway Commons, Stillings Dining Hall, and Philbrook Dining Hall. Meals from your plan can be used to take a meal to go from any Dining Hall and also as a Meal Exchange at Union Court, during specific times. You can even use a meal on a guest!
Your meal plan can be paid through payroll... Read More
February 17, 2015
Hey UNH Employees! Did you know UNH Offers accessible programs to make a healthy lifestyle easier?
Located in the Field House, the Employee Fitness Program (EFP) offers two ways for employees to get active.
All staff and faculty are welcome to use this facility, which overlooks the basketball court, at no cost to them. It is a great place for employees who want to work out separately from the students from the Whittemore Center. The best part: the facility has a wide selection of free weights,... Read More
February 16, 2015
Did you know that UNH Dining is one of the top rated Dining Programs in the US?
UNH campus dining halls have lots of different options for those who want to make nutritious food choices.
But, sometimes the Dining Halls can be an intimidating part of dorm-life. They can be over-whelming with all the different food options; and the amount!
Here are a few tips that can help you healthfully navigate your next meal:
Take Advantage of the Salad Bar
The salad bar has lots of different toppings. Spice... Read More
February 13, 2015
1. What does health mean to you?
Health is a term that encompasses many aspects of everyday life including both physical and mental health. Physical health includes proper physical activity, a proper diet, a stable medical state and proper sleeping patterns. Mental health is a state of well being in which a person can deal with everyday stresses and continue to be productive.
2. What do you do to make a healthy UNH?
I currently intern with UNH Strength and Conditioning, where I am afforded... Read More
February 12, 2015
There are several moments in life when we are handed situations that cause us to feel nervous or anxious.
These emotions can cause us to feel overwhelmed, tense, irritable, and out of control. Anxiety can have severe effects on our body such as feeling fatigued, sweating, stomach upset, pounding heart, lack of hunger and shortness of breath.
It is okay to have anxiety in moderation; it helps you maintain focus and can even give you motivation to help you feel prepared. If you ever feel... Read More
February 10, 2015
Did you know February is American Heart Month?
I’m not talking about chocolate and Valentines Day, but I am talking about preventing high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke!
Cardiovascular Disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. It is vital to incorporate physical activity into your daily routine. But exercise doesn’t have to be boring or mean hitting the gym!
Get moving on campus today! Grab a fellow staff member and head over to the Whitt for open skate. Whether it... Read More
February 9, 2015
Having trouble finding time to stay active? Follow these 9 tips to stay fit on campus!
Have you ever skipped out on going to the gym because you simply can’t fit it in your schedule? Finding time to stay active while managing all your academics, work, extra-circulars, and social life can be very challenging. ChooseMyPlate provides 9 easy tips to stay healthy and active on campus.
Walk or bike to class – Healthy UNH provides a Walking Map that tells you how far you walked on... Read More
February 5, 2015
Your work day has just ended and you’re walking down the stairs, next thing you know, you slip and fall. When you come back to work, you’re on crutches. Your parking spot on campus is far from your office and you’re struggling to hold your laptop bag, lunch, and purse.
If only there was some way of making it to your office without breaking a sweat. But, there is! The Wildcat Access van makes your transportation across campus a breeze. The van can pick you up at the lot and bring you to your... Read More
February 4, 2015
What better way to keep warm this winter than by getting your body moving while experiencing the outdoors?
This February, Healthy UNH and Outdoor Adventures are partnering together to offer snowshoe and cross-country ski clinics to all UNH staff, faculty, and their guests. The best part: it’s free! Lessons and equipment are provided at no cost.
Even with the stress of the semester starting combined with the cold January air, it’s important to remember to exercise when you can. Not only do... Read More
February 2, 2015
If you are in need of a medical procedure, call a nurse at Tandem and they will help you find the least expensive provider in your area. They will then reward you with cash depending on the magnitude of your savings. For example, if you are able to find a lower cost provider and save $500 on the procedure, Tandem will reward you with $100. This is a way to entice users to find the most affordable healthcare procedures, and the nurses help you through the process making it very simple.
It’s a... Read More