January 13, 2022
How To Guide On Meal Prep
Meal prepping is the method of planning and preparing your meals for the week ahead of schedule. Meal prepping is very beneficial for those of us who start the week with good intentions, however as our schedules get busier, healthy eating does not become a priority anymore. Meal prepping saves you time during the week, since you can do all of your grocery shopping and preparing in one day, and simply warm up your meals throughout the week. The method also saves you ... Read More
January 13, 2022
Tips To Get Back On Track
The holidays are marked by spending time with your loved ones and creating cherished memories. The holidays are also usually accompanied by delicious food, which hopefully you were able to enjoy guilt free. However, now that the holidays are over and we have entered a new year, many people take this opportunity to start creating healthy eating habits to carry with them throughout the new year. Finding motivation to do so may be hard, and it can seem overwhelming. ... Read More
January 10, 2022
The New Era Of Employees
Mental health affects an alarming part of the population, and the pandemic has only increased these numbers. Seventy-six percent of people reported at least one symptom of a mental health condition, up 59% since 2019. For many people, the workforce is a huge contributing factor to their poor mental health.
The silver lining of this issue is the fact that mental health awareness has started to be normalized in the workplace. Nearly two-thirds of respondents reported... Read More
January 10, 2022
The Benefits of Stretching
Are you neglecting one of the most important aspects of your physical health? Although you may be active, do you stretch enough? Stretching is a very important practice and should be a part of your everyday routine. If you do not stretch often, you are at a greater risk of being injured. When you do not stretch your muscles, they become tight. If you were to go from no activity, such as sitting in a chair, to an activity that stretches your muscles, such as... Read More
January 1, 2022
What Does This Mean?
A new variant of COVID-19, called Omicron, has been identified. The variant was reported to the WHO on November 26, 2021 by the South American government. The variant was recently detected in the United States. The positive case was reported in California, from a traveler who came from South Africa.
So far, the symptoms of the virus have been labeled as “extremely mild”. One patient said he just felt extremely tired and had a mild headache. Another reported a... Read More
December 28, 2021
Name: Daniel Stewart
Department: Political Science
Role at UNH: Student Athlete
Year Started at UNH: 2019
What do you do to make a healthy UNH?
I workout regularly and try to eat as healthy as I can to maintain a well-balanced diet.
Do you have any tips for eating healthfully?
Don't starve yourself
Eat proteins at every meal
Snack between meals
Drink water with every meal
Have you made any tangible improvements regarding your movement or physical activity by making... Read More
December 24, 2021
How To Stay Healthy During The Holidays
The holidays can be a stressful time for many. We are not yet out of the woods with this pandemic, and as a new variant of COVID is spreading across the country, it is more important than ever to take care of your health. It is essential to prioritize both your physical and mental health to be the best version of yourself.
A lot of people spend time with family and loved ones during the holidays. Here are some tips to keep you and the ones around you... Read More
December 21, 2021
What This Means for Health Care in America
President Joe Biden has recently rolled out a new bill that will significantly change health care in America. The Biden-Harris administration has promised to ensure that every American has access to quality, affordable health care, and this bill is supposed to be a step in that direction. The Biden-Harris administration is known to say that health care is “a right, not a privilege”. So what exactly would change with this new bill?
The main components... Read More
December 19, 2021
Here you are, finishing up the first semester of your Senior year wondering, “Where did all the time go?"
Well now, the next question is, “What’s next?” Beginning a job search and finding a career after college can be daunting, especially if your only experiences are in clubs or classrooms. Job searching can be frustrating, but here are some helpful tips to steer you in the right direction:
Waiting until you have already graduated to begin your job search already sets you back... Read More
December 8, 2021
Tips to Help You Grieve
The entire UNH community was extremely saddened to learn of the loss of one of our own, Vincenzo Lirosi. Vincenzo was only twenty-two years old and was taken from us too soon. The passing of a fellow student and member of the Durham community strikes pain in the hearts of many. Whether you knew Vincenzo personally or not, it is normal to grieve and mourn this loss.
Grief is a very difficult thing. There are no rules on how to grieve, and you should never be ashamed to... Read More