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Heel to Toe May be Hurting You

Monday, March 12, 2012

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Katrina Heisler
Monday, March 12, 2012

While running, we repetitively hit our feet against the pavement, one in front of the other. Lots of times, our brain runs as well, thinking about your current to do list, a conversation earlier in the day, how you’re breathing, what music is playing, but do you ever stop to think about just how your moving your feet? It is almost like breathing, you don’t think about each breath in and out, it just happens, but a recent study from Harvard University is saying we should be making a conscious effort to think about how our foot hits the ground.

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Sunday Fun-day

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Author: 
Rebecca Lastra
Tuesday, March 6, 2012

With spring break only a few weeks away, I have seen the gym with a constant influx of students, faculty, and staff in determination to get their beach body ready. However, there is one catch. I tend to see these die-hard, rock hard ab go-getters at the Hamel Recreation Center on Mondays through Saturdays. So where are they on Sunday, you may ask?

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Less Bills for Pills

Friday, March 2, 2012

Friday, March 2, 2012

Do you pay outrageous amounts of money for your medications?  The FDA just issued guidelines that will allow drug companies to make duplicates of certain medications called biotech drugs.  The result of this will be increased market competition and decreased cost for medications.  Biotech drugs are expensive, injectable medications.  Prior to the recently developed Read more

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UNH’s Health Management and Policy Program

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Author: 
Ann Steeves
Wednesday, February 29, 2012

The United States spends 17.6% of our gross domestic product on Health Care— more than any other country in the world. Despite this staggering statistic, we have one of the sickest populations in the world. Does this concern you? Consider majoring in Health Management and Policy. Within the College of Health and Human Services, students may obtain a Bachelor of Science in Health Management and Policy (HMP). HMP graduates remain close to the department, and are often able to provide students with valuable perspectives of life in the health field.

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Target for Being Bullied

Monday, February 27, 2012

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Katrina Heisler
Monday, February 27, 2012

For those of you who have felt bullied, witnessed bullying, or are a bully yourself, what makes a target for such torment? It is frequently believed that bullying causes depression in those being persecuted, which many times it does, but does being depressed also make you a target for being bullied?

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Stretching the Truth

Friday, February 24, 2012

Author: 
Rebecca Lastra
Friday, February 24, 2012

During the past few years, there has been some controversy regarding the benefits we gain from stretching before and after exercise.

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4 Creative Ways to Get Your Veggies

Monday, February 20, 2012

Monday, February 20, 2012

Often vegetables have a stigma attached to them as being tasteless and unpleasant to eat.  Also, it can seem like a salad is the only way to get your greens for the day.  However, there are plenty of creative recipes that incorporate vegetables to provide the nutrients you need while still tasting delicious.  The first two include kale, one of the most nutrient rich greens, loaded with Vitamin K, Vitamin C, calcium and 5g of fiber.  Its antioxidant content provides some protection against cancer and its fiber content aids in lowering cholesterol.  These reci

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The Real Power Behind a Nap

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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Rebecca Lastra
Tuesday, February 14, 2012

For many years of my life, I have been taught that taking a nap during the day would cause negative effects on my ability to fall asleep later in the evening.

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USDA Announces New Guidelines to Improve School Nutrition

Monday, February 6, 2012

Author: 
Ann Steeves
Monday, February 6, 2012

The days of mystery meat sandwiches should soon be over, and replaced by healthier options throughout our nation’s school lunch program. This past Wednesday, January 25, the USDA, in partnership with First Lady Michelle Obama, announced new guidelines for healthier school meal programs.  This announcement came in coordination with the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act, signed in December 2010 by President Obama.

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Ski Your Way to Fitness

Friday, February 3, 2012

Author: 
Rebecca Lastra
Friday, February 3, 2012

Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to work out more and lead a healthier life? Are you bored of doing the same old workout everyday? Well luckily, the UNH Outdoor Adventure Club can help! On February 14th, they will be hosting a Moonlight Cross Country Ski event across Medums Pond. It only costs five dollars and it includes transportation and ski gear.

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