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Established in 2008, Healthy UNH enhances the mission of the University by supporting the lifelong health and wellness of the UNH community.

Covid-19 Resources
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

  • Learn more about and sign up for the Wildcat Workout Program!

  • Read our April Newsletter: Earth day, Every day. How living sustainably impacts our health. Learn about different types of sustainability in this month's newseltter.
  • Employee Fitness Program: Hours for this semester are Monday - Friday 6:00am - 8:00am and 11:00am - 6:30pm. 
  • How To Dine Healthy: Video brought to you by Healthy UNH interns, find out how to make healthy choices in our dining halls. 
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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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Nutrition

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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Emotional Wellness

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

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Healthcare Consumerism

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

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I am Healthy UNH!

How do you make a Healthy UNH? Tell us about it.

We have stories to share about people in our campus community, who choose to make decisions that impact their health in a positive way. Interested in sharing your story with us, and being featured as our next Healthy UNH spotlight? Fill out the questionnaire, and e-mail it to us at  healthy.unh@unh.edu
 

  • Grace Purdy
    Name: Grace Purdy Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Department: Journalism & Communication Role at UNH: Student Athlete Year started at UNH: 2018 What do you do to make a healthy UNH? I make sure to have a well-rounded diet to fuel my lacrosse workouts, practices, and games. Do you have any tips for eating healthfully? Meal prep in the beginning of the week in case you’re too…
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  • Julia Lindemann
    Name: Julia Lindemann Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Department: COLSA-Nutrition/Dietetics Role at UNH: Student Year started at UNH: 2019 What do you do to make a healthy UNH? I wear my mask around campus and stay home when I’m sick to reduce the spread of COVID within the Durham community. I also try to walk to my classes instead of driving or taking the bus to reduce air pollution as…
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  • Grace Edwards
    Name: Grace Edwards Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Department: CEPS Role at UNH: Student Year at UNH: Junior What do you do to make a healthy UNH? I don’t leave my trash places. I always pick up after myself and recycle when I can. I do need to do more to help the community though. Do you have any tips for eating healthfully? Not everyone is going to enjoy eating healthy all the…
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  • Elisa Bolton
    Name: Elisa Bolton Pronouns: She/Her/Hers Department: Psychological and Counseling Services (PACS) Role at UNH: Director of PACS Year Started at UNH: 2016 What do you do to make a healthy UNH? I support a healthy UNH in several ways. I provide mental health treatment to graduate and undergraduate students. I provide training and education to faculty, staff, and students that is…
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  • Mike Discipio
    Name: Michael DiScipio Role at UNH: Alumni UNH Class of 1998 What do you do to make a healthy UNH? I make sure everyone around me is happy and healthy. Do you have any tips for eating healthfully? I try to avoid eating take out and like to make home cooked meals with my family. Have you made any tangible improvements regarding your movement or physical activity by making…
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What's New at Healthy UNH?

Fully Enjoy the Holiday Season Without Food Guilt
The holiday season is approaching, and some may be dreading its arrival. Learn More
A Guide for Transitioning to the Colder Months
The end of October is approaching. This can be an exciting time for many, and not for others. These indicators can be a sign that seasonal depression,... Learn More
Methods for Unplugging in Our Digital World
Phones seem to have become an essential part of everyday life, and it is hard to imagine what life would be like now without them. Learn More