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CHS students run for diversity

CHS students run for diversity

Exercising is hard even if you have invested in the latest high-performance, moisture-wicking activewear. Now try working up a sweat in a floor-length ball gown. Student runners at the University of Delaware did just that during the summer of 2020. No, it wasn’t...

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UD Health Coaching earns national recognition

UD Health Coaching earns national recognition

The University of Delaware's Graduate Certificate in Clinical Health Coaching has been approved by the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) for the education and training of health and wellness coaches. This is a national recognition of our program...

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CHS, PHC host virtual mental health symposium 9/24

CHS, PHC host virtual mental health symposium 9/24

Peer 24, a project of the College of Health Sciences and the Partnership for Healthy Communities, is hosting a virtual symposium 1-3 p.m. Sept. 24 to share a new vision for student mental health support.  University of Delaware students, staff, faculty and members of...

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Practicing mindfulness to be in the moment

Practicing mindfulness to be in the moment

September is always hectic for families but throw in the stress and anxiety of the coronavirus pandemic and it can feel like chaos has taken up permanent residence in our homes. Whether kids are in virtual classes or heading back to the classroom for the first time in...

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2020 Influenza Vaccine, Appointments Now Available!

2020 Influenza Vaccine, Appointments Now Available!

Flu season is right around the corner, and although you might be preoccupied with worrying about COVID-19, don't leave your self open to catching the common flu. UD's Nurse Managed Primary Care Center will not be holding traditional flu clinics this year, but have set...

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UD researchers look at default healthy beverage policies

UD researchers look at default healthy beverage policies

Ongoing concerns about childhood obesity have prompted more state and local governments to adopt policies that make water and milk the default beverage option for kids’ meals in restaurants, rather than soda and other sugary drinks. Researchers from the University of...

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