January 28, 2013
Are you a
nutrition student who is itching to go abroad, but can’t seem to find a place
for it in your busy schedule? This is a problem many nutrition students run
into. Class scheduling is rigorous with the amount of classes nutrition majors
have to take, and many times, students miss out on studying abroad because they
feel like they have limited time.
Explorations in Nutrition and Culture is just what you might be looking for.
This study abroad program is short, sweet and to the... Read More
January 22, 2013
activity’s importance has been drilled into our minds since elementary school.
There are so many reasons to fit it into our busy schedules; stress relief and
weight management being just a couple of those reasons. However, recently,
researchers have found even another motivation for us to engage in regular
Research done at the National Cancer
Institute found that people who regularly exercise (at least 1.25 hours a week
of vigorous physical activity) can lengthen... Read More
January 9, 2013
In these economically harsh times, sometimes the feelings we get when we look ahead to graduation from college and entering the job force border on dread, rather than excitement. One of the issues that 20-somethings who are just getting on their feet in the career market is the fact that once we hit 25, we can no longer stay on our parents’ health insurance. And things aren’t happening to make this easier for us. In fact, new reports have recently been released, saying that the out of pocket... Read More
December 21, 2012
Middle and high school are notorious for being difficult. Changing bodies and expectations have been the inspiration for many books, movies and TV shows. These tough times of life have been stereotyped and turned humorous. Bullying in middle school and high school has been considered normal- almost a rite of passage in modern America.
However, in recent decades, the truth about bullying has been pulled forward into our social viewpoints. Bullying is not funny, and it is not okay. It affects... Read More
December 19, 2012
Do people describe you as an over-achiever? Do you strive for perfection? Are your friends amazed by your organizational abilities and timeliness? These traits describe people with “Type A” personalities. People who exhibit type A personalities tend to be very well on top of things, but having this sort of personality actually raises your risk of cardiovascular (heart) disease later in life, as proven by research done a few years ago.
New research also shows that people with lots of stress in... Read More
December 10, 2012
It’s tough to stay in shape. As college students, we are committed to our education and clubs, and we want to spare some time for fun too. Even when we find the spare minutes to fit in some physical activity, it’s incredibly easy to come up with any excuse not to work out. It’s cold, it’s early, it’s raining, my knee hurts… Well, you know. The list goes on. But what if your workout was actually fun, and you were surrounded by your friends the whole time? That’s one reason why group fitness... Read More
November 16, 2012
Yogurt is delicious. You can find it in many different flavors.
You can eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It can be used as a
lower-calorie substitute for sour cream. It can be used to make smoothies.
Yogurt is a versatile, tasty, and also healthful food. Other than its
deliciousness and usefulness in different dishes, it exhibits some serious
health benefits. Every year, more studies are released on the benefits of
yogurt. Let’s examine the nutritional science behind these health... Read More
November 14, 2012
We all are aware that eating right and exercising regularly contribute to a healthier body and mind. But did you know that the better you eat and the more you exercise, the lower health care costs may become? If you eat healthier and exercise more, you will be a healthier individual, and therefore needing to use medical services less.
1. Lower premiums.
If you are healthier, you get sick and hurt less often. This means you go to the hospital/doctor/pharmacy less often and use... Read More
October 31, 2012
is a word coined by the University of New Hampshire itself, just like
EcoGastronomy is a program available only at UNH. Break the word
“EcoGastronomy” down, and it basically means environmental eating. But what is
that? There are a thousand ways to interpret it, and most of them describe the
EcoGastronomy dual major.
an integral part of our life- we kind of need it. Why do people interact with
their food the way they do? That’s one
of the focuses of EcoG. If the food we... Read More
October 5, 2012
October 7th through 13th, 2012 is Mental Illness Awareness Week, when mental health advocates spread awareness about their causes. This is a great time for a reminder to think about our own mental health, and that of those around us.
College is a very important experience in our lives. Later in life, some people refer to their college years as holding some of the best memories of their lives. However, this great time in our lives also can create a lot of stress. Social stress such as dating... Read More