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Upcoming Workshops and Webinars:

Kids & Meals: It Doesn't Have to be a Battle Ground

Parenting children is quite a challenge in every aspect, but meals and eating habits need not be included as part of the challenge.

  • Date: October 25
  • Time: 12-1 PM
  • Location: Webinar, access from your own work space
  • Registration: Click here 

Resiliency: Bouncing Back After Setback

This workshop will examine the characteristics of resilience, how you can not only adapt to challenges, but actually thrive, and discover ways to introduce greater resilience into our lives.

  • Date: October 30
  • Time: 12-1 PM
  • Location: HR Training Room, 2nd Floor, 7 Lebanon Street
  • Registration: Click here

 

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Wellness Resources for Faculty and Staff

Well-being Workshops

A variety of workshops and webinars will be offered throughout 2018 on well-being topics such as mindfulness, healthy eating, sleep, managing finances, parenting, and more! For a list of upcoming workshops, click here.

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. 

Subscribe to the Wellness at Dartmouth Newsletter!

If you'd like to receive our monthly Wellness at Dartmouth newsletter with health tips, upcoming events and resources, subscribe here! It's a great way to stay connected!

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.

 

   

Skin Cancer Protection and Early Detection

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Most skin cancers are caused by too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays. Most of this exposure comes from the sun, but some may come from man-made sources, such as indoor tanning beds and sun lamps. The good news is that you can do a lot to protect yourself and your family from UV rays, as well as to catch skin cancer early so that it can be treated effectively.

For tips on protecting you and your family from skin cancer, click here.

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

 

Mojo Grilled Chicken Breasts

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Fresh cilantro and lime add a refreshing brightness to this light summer meal, perfect for the whole family.

Try this delicious recipe here.

                                                                                

 

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Last Updated: 9/26/18