An interview with Lesley Brown, Vice Provost & Associate VP Academic and how her department formed the A-Team to challenge each other to stay active.
A testimonial article by Kori-Lee Nicolle about how the U of L's Health Check for U program helped her get healthier.
Studies show that eye strain and other bothersome visual symptoms occur in 50 to 90 percent of computer workers.
Are you at risk for heart disease or other related diseases? Do you smoke? Have high blood pressure? Weigh more than 20% above ideal weight? Or just want to check your current health status? If you are interested in being screened for cardiovascular disease or would like more information, contact Suzanne at 5217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is available to all employees and faculty. It is free and only takes 15 - 30 minutes of your time.
Learn winter coping tips from Norwegian residents and read how you can change your mindset about winter.
Jeanine Baxter, Kinesology Student, has developed a stretch and strengthening program for U to try out at work! Jeanine is available to come to your department or team meeting to go through the program with you.
Provides free individual counselling and group education classes in the areas of asthma, diabetes, dyslipidemia (high blood cholesterol and triglycerides), COPD, chronic heart failure, heart disease, hypertenstion and therapeutic exercise.
Thinking of quitting smoking? QuitCore is a FREE group program designed to help people quit smoking and is available in several cities and towns across Alberta.
Worksite International shares 10 things you can do to start moving more at work.