o Animals have demonstrated to improve human cardiovascular health, reduce stress, decrease loneliness and depression, and facilitate social interactions among people who choose to have pets. Pet interaction, whether active or passive, tends to lower anxiety levels in subjects, and thus decrease the onset, severity, or progression of stress-related conditions. Join Pam and her dogs for Pet therapy on Monday, December 10, 2012 from 11:00-2:00pm in Somers Lounge. Free snacks will be provided during the event. This event is free and everyone is welcome!
o Student Cookbook: DORM Good Food? Want fast and healthy recipes? Order your copy today! Contact Julie Zaruba Fountaine @ firstname.lastname@example.org for this great stocking stuffer! All proceed raised from the sales of the cookbook will go towards a teaching garden.
Check out Student Health 101, our new online student health magazine, that provides students with tips on how to get and stay physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy.
o The December Student Health 101 is now available! Check out December's Student Health 101 today at http://readsh101.com/css.html , and enter to win $1,000. The December issue has some great articles including:
§ 4 Steps to Successful Finals: Productive study strategies that pay off
§ Fight the Urge to Splurge: 7 ways to avoid monster spending
§ Eat Well in Hectic Times: Easy foods that keep you fueled
§ Is It Love?: Find what you're looking for in a relationship
§ UCookbook: A Sweet Tooth Without Added Sugar
§ FitnessU: Quick & Effective Exercise During Finals
§ And much more…
*Still want more? Go to the WELLU web site @ css.edu/wellu for more information about the different dimensions of wellness and the great resources WELLU has to offer you!*