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Communication Skills for Families Webinar - 4/20 at 12:00 PM

Communicating well within a family takes energy along with the ability to offer support and demonstrate understanding and compassion. Whether it's an expectation, emotion, question or other message, openness and willingness to communicate can improve overall quality of family communication, which may also help alleviate stress within a family. Identify elements of good communication and receive tips to improve communication in your family.

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Learning to Relax Workshop - 4/26 at 12:00 PM

Stress is experienced in the body as tension. This course will address how to change the way your body reacts to stress through exploring a variety of relaxation techniques to calm the body and mind. The class will allow participants to learn and experience several simple relaxation tools such as progressive muscle relaxation, abdominal relaxation breathing and visualization.

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Save the Date! "Spring into Wellness" Events

Our annual "Spring Into Wellness" events will be taking place on May 2nd (DHMC), May 3rd (Hanover Campus), and May 10th (Centerra)! These offer great opportunities to learn more about your health, relax and recharge, connect with colleagues, and gain insight into programs and resources available to support your well-being in 2018.

Click here to learn more including how to register for a chair massage, blood pressure screening or a mini-workshop!

Let's make it a healthy year together!

Wellness at Dartmouth is here to help you thrive in 2018. We are pleased to offer opportunities that will promote a healthy new year for us all and we encourage you to get involved by clicking here to learn more about the well-being action list. 


5 Dieticians on the One Nutrition Tweak You Should Make

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For many people, "eating better" is an intimidating and abstract concept. What counts as healthy? Is calorie counting necessary? Is all junk food off limits?

This confusion is familiar to many people, but improving your nutrition doesn't always have to mean a diet overhaul. In fact, sometimes small changes can make the biggest impact. In honor of National Nutrition Month this March, TIME asked registered dietitians for five quick and easy diet resets that will put you on the path to better health.

To read the full article, click here.

Did you know?

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There are a number of health & wellness observances taking place in the month of March. Click on the images to the left to learn more about the resources, available support, and how to get involved.


Broccoli and Bacon Muffin Tin Frittatas

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This easy make-ahead breakfast will have you set for the week. You get two mini frittatas per serving for only 168 calories; pair with a piece of fruit for a satisfying breakfast. Store cooked frittatas in the fridge for up to four days.
Try this delicious recipe here.                                                                                  

Start a Well-being Bulletin Board in Your Department

The above resources are perfect to get you started with creating your own well-being bulletin board. For printable versions and more ideas, check out our Bulletin Board.

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Last Updated: 4/13/18