This Fall, as the University looks toward a Tobacco- and Smoke-Free Campus in 2018, is the perfect time to commit to quit your tobacco habit.
We’re looking forward to the American Diabetes Association’s National #HealthyLunchDay on September 19. Will you participate? Here are some healthy Four Easy Lunch Recipes from the ADA to get you […]
Since February is American Heart Month, we will talk about simple strategies to decrease your added sugar intake but first let’s clarify a few things about added sugar…
Happy New Year! The beginning of the year is a perfect time to set health goals and continue on the journey of a healthy lifestyle. This year strive to keep […]
The holiday eating season can wreak havoc on your diet. With a little careful thought and planning, you can avoid holiday weight gain.
Learn how small changes in your daily routine can help ward off type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is a dangerous disease, and one that can be a challenge to […]
This month, we talked about wellness with Olivia Albrighton-Vanway, Coordinator of Faculty Affairs and Communications, AND also Yoga Teacher at Yates Filed House. Olivia is a shining light for those […]
Summer is a great time to fire up the grill, enjoy the sunshine and long summer days with friends and family. Usually when we grill, we prepare the classic hamburgers, hotdogs, bbq chicken and ribs. However, there is a lot more you can put on a grill for a healthy delicious meal. Here are some tips for healthy grilling…
Whether you call it a fruit or a vegetable, tomatoes are a super-food to incorporate in our diets. Tomatoes are rich in vitamin A which plays an important role in […]
Summer is finally here! The season of cookouts, vacations and best of all farmers markets with all of our favorite fruits and vegetables. Berries, a popular choice for many of us, are currently abundant in grocery stores and farmers markets for a low price. These sweet, juicy and refreshing fruits are packed with nutrients and health benefits. Here are some reasons to add the variety of berries to your diet.
Many of us perceive healthy eating to be more expensive. The truth is, it’s all about what you choose when in the grocery store and planning prior to making purchases. Healthy eating does not have to be expensive. Here are some tips to eating well on a tight budget.
As you work hard to eat well and exercise to feel good, look good and live longer don’t forget sleep as it is essential for health. Here are some tips on eat your way to a good night’s sleep.
The “8 glasses a day” advice is a good place to start but it’s important to adjust your fluid intake based on your lifestyle. Recognize the following signs of dehydration and act quickly to rehydrate…
With every New Year we resolve to eat well, exercise more, get more sleep and stay healthy. Unfortunately for many of us by the end of February our goals have […]
It’s the time of year for holiday and potluck parties – and that means an endless spread of appetizers and your coworker’s “world famous” spinach and artichoke dip. When surrounded […]
Do you hear that? It’s the road calling your name. It’s saying, “Put on those walking shoes and enjoy fall. Join me. You’ll feel so great.” This fall provides ample […]
Starting mid-September, CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield and Georgetown University team up to offer Your Weigh…Together, at both the Law Center and Main Campus. This group program for weight management […]
This 18-member team averaged 3671.44 minutes over the course of the six week challenge. That’s 61 hours and 12 minutes, or an average of 612 minutes moved by each team member each […]
Meet Greg Miller, current Office Manager in the SFS Dean’s Office, and graduate of the School of Foreign Service CO’14. We caught up with him to chat about his eco-friendly commute […]
As the new year continues rolling on, we must always keep in managing our budgets. Being fit does not always mean having an expensive gym membership, pricey exercise equipment and […]