As the hot summer months are quickly approaching, it’s important to know the positive impacts of wearing sunscreen, and the effects it has on your skin. Putting on sunscreen may take a few minutes, but it will benefit your health and skin in the long run. By wearing sunscreen, it decreases your chances of developing skin cancer, protects your skin from early skin aging, and protects your skin against those painful sunburns.
Find Out Easy Ways To Utilize Public Health Right On Campus
Public health is a way of preventing people from becoming sick by promoting and protecting the health of people and the communities in which they live. Opportunities to practice public health surround us at all times and making the choice to utilize these resources can benefit not only yourself, but everyone around you.
There are many ways to practice public health at UNH including:
Check Out These Tips On Eating Healthy For Less Money.
Do you find yourself spending too much money on groceries? Do you want to eat healthy? Are you concerned that you can’t eat healthy because its too expensive?
Trying to buy healthy foods and prepared meals can be a daunting task. This is especially true when comparing the cost of most whole foods such as protein and produce, to convenience foods such as chips and soda. However, with the proper planning, eating healthy can be easier and cheaper than going for the more convenient and seemingly cheaper option.
Everything You Need To Know About The Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a resource for all UNH faculty and staff members. The EAP is available 24/7, with the goal of providing faculty and staff with what they need when “dealing with life’s challenges.” Through this program, faculty and staff have access to monthly newsletters, monthly theme-focused tip sheets as well as a variety of other resources.
Young adults, especially college students (aged 18-24) are the most common group of people to struggle from psychological problems. The two most common psychological problems found on college campuses are anxiety and depression. Psychological problems have always been relevant in our society, but up until a decade or so ago, there has been a significant rise in the numbers of those who struggle with anxiety and depression. Studies have shown that the most significant rises are on college campuses.