April 10, 2019
Everything You Need To Know About The Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a resource for all UNH faculty and staff members. The EAP is available 24/7, with the goal of providing faculty and staff with what they need when “dealing with life’s challenges.” Through this program, faculty and staff have access to monthly newsletters, monthly theme-focused tip sheets as well as a variety of other resources.
These resources include services within the following areas:... Read More
April 1, 2019
Find Out Which Forms Of Exercise Are Best For Your Age Group.
It is well known that regular exercise has many benefits to health. However, many people do not realize that as you age, certain exercises are better for you when trying to maintain your health. While any exercise is better than no exercise, here are some guidelines to the best exercises for your age group:
Teens: Exercise rates tend to go down as kids become teenagers. Because of this, it is recommended that teens try to... Read More
March 6, 2019
Chicken Soup May Be Good For The Soul, But It Is Great For The Body Too
There are a few well-known remedies for treating cold symptoms. These include getting lots of rest, drinking lots of fluid and eating lots of chicken noodle soup. Chicken noodle soup is a common food choice among people with cold symptoms, and luckily it comes with a ton of benefits. These benefits include:
Easy to Eat: A lot of the time when we are sick we don’t feel like eating, but soup is relatively easy to consume and... Read More
February 26, 2019
Learn How Getting Outside Can Increase Your Mood During Winter Months
The winter months bring shorter days and colder weather. With that, our circadian rhythms change, causing us to often feel more tired and less motivated. Many people feel that during winter it is hard to find activities to do outside, and end up spending most of every day inside. However, winter does not mean that you must be trapped inside. Studies have shown that people who are feeling down during the winter months often... Read More
February 14, 2019
Make Valentine’s Day about you this year!
Research has shown that loving yourself and appreciating who you are can lead to happiness. It is important to take time to care for yourself. It is also important to make time every day to do things that make you happy. Treat yourself this Valentine’s Day and do something for yourself that you know will make you happy.
If you’re struggling with self-love, here are some tips:
Make a list of 5 things you love about yourself: Hold on to this... Read More
August 7, 2018
Find Out How A Fitness tracker Can Teach You To Be Healthier
Fitness trackers keep track of steps, calories burnt, sleep, exercise, food, heart rate, and much more. Fitness trackers are menat to help people live a healthier life, but while doing this they also teach you a lot about yourself. After using a fitness tracker for almost one year, I have learned a lot about health that I didn't expect when I originally made the purchase.
2000 Calories a day is unrealistic for some - I had always... Read More
April 11, 2018
Find out about the benefits Zumba has for your physical and mental health.
Zumba is a workout that incorporates fitness moves with dancing. This workout is known for being a fun exercise option that is great to do with friends. Zumba truly is the best of both worlds because not only is it fun and allows a time for you to be social, but it provides a great workout as well.
Some benefits of Zumba are:
Calorie & Fat Burning: Because Zumba includes a fast-paced environment that mixes fitness... Read More
March 23, 2018
Everything you need to know about UNH’s newest safety app.
Recently, the University of New Hampshire announced their support of an app called uSafeUS. The app has been launched at 21 colleges and universities in New Hampshire as an effort to reduce the number of sexual assault cases, and to be better notified when a dangerous situation arises. Within the app are several features that provide safety measures to students in potentially threatening situations. The app is designed to be easily used... Read More
February 21, 2018
Find Out If This “Cooking Light” Recipe Is As Easy As It Seems
If you flip through the pages of the latest “Cooking Light” magazine, you will find at least 50 new recipes that are advertised as being both healthy and easy. My roommate and I decided to put that to the test by attempting to actually make one of these recipes. After flipping through the pages for a while, we finally decided to try the recipe for a BLT Salad.
Here is the recipe:
2 cups halved multicolored cherry... Read More
January 24, 2018
Learn How the Changing Seasons Can Have an Impact On Your Mental Health
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that occurs during the changing seasons. Only about 6% of the population suffers from SAD, while many others suffer from a less severe form referred to as the winter blues. Most people experience symptoms of the winter blues beginning in fall and continuing through the winter months. The cause of the winter blues is not directly known but a huge factor is the lack of... Read More