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Audacity to Care at Champlain College teaches students the skills needed to improve their well-being

Audacity to Care at Champlain College teaches students the skills needed to improve their well-being

It’s no secret that taking care of your mental health is important. For many, the COVID-19 pandemic has created additional stresses that some are still dealing with today. This week at Champlain College, students are learning how to prioritize mental health in the new well-being initiative Audacity to Care. This should include wellbeing, said Erica …

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The Spiders start college football mental health week

The Spiders start college football mental health week

Story links Richmond, Virginia – The Richmond Football Team will kick off College Football Mental Health Week (CFMHW) on Saturday in Elon as part of a special week that begins October 1 and runs through October 8. More than 115 colleges and universities nationwide will participate, helping to break down stigmas surrounding mental health by …

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Gottlieb Fitness Center Opening October 1

Gottlieb Fitness Center Opening October 1

Newswise – MELROSE PARK, IL – The Gottlieb Fitness Center is set to reopen October 1. After closing during the pandemic, the fitness center has been redesigned to provide new and improved facilities for members. Gottlieb Fitness Center is a 55,000-square-foot facility with two swimming pools, an indoor track, extensive cardio and strength equipment, exercise …

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Recovery programs seek to solve the problem of food waste — and insecurity — in Wisconsin

Recovery programs seek to solve the problem of food waste — and insecurity — in Wisconsin

Written by Charlie Hildebrand and Riley Sumner Wisconsin watch Driving a university-owned truck, Morgan Barlin drives the campus and stops at three dining halls on a spring afternoon. At each stop, Barlin is met by kitchen staff who serve her various leftover foods, from sweet potatoes to breakfast omelettes. These foods, which would otherwise have …

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Well-being at work: between exhaustion and quiet calm

Well-being at work: between exhaustion and quiet calm

Source: Mateus Campos Felipe on Unsplash The word luxury is becoming increasingly common in conversations about work. It is important to the staff. Organizations are trying to respond; In the past couple of years, luxury has become prominent in job titles. Chiefs of Welfare Officers Health and wellness personnel help prevent and relieve employee burnout. …

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Health officials are concerned about an increase in measles cases in the state, and the potential for outbreaks

Health officials are concerned about an increase in measles cases in the state, and the potential for outbreaks

new version September 29, 2022 Contact Information Urging parents to ensure that children are up to date on vaccinations The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is working with local public health agencies and health care providers in the Twin Cities area to investigate 13 cases of measles that occurred from June to September among several …

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SBU's Brown Clark named president of the National Fitness Foundation

SBU’s Brown Clark named president of the National Fitness Foundation

Judith Brown Clark, a silver medalist in the 400-meter hurdles at the 1984 Olympics, plays a prominent role at the National Fitness Foundation. Clark, vice president for equity and inclusion and chief diversity officer at Stony Brook University, will become president from 2022 to 2024 for the only nonprofit organization created by Congress to support …

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