Uptown (LBC 202) on Wednesday, October 12
Downtown (Tidewater 105) on Tuesday, October 18
TNPRC (Auditorium) on Thursday, October 27
All sessions are from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
We often pay the least attention to the relationships in our lives that mean the most to us, trusting the other person will understand and always "be there." What if that lack of attention- and care – threatens those relationships? This training will focus on the characteristics of healthy relationships. It suggests tools that we can use to communicate the investment we're willing to make to have healthy relationships with the significant people in our lives.
· Determine characteristics of healthy relationships.
· Identify problem areas in relationships.
· Explore communication techniques to grow and strengthen significant relationships.
The seminar is open to all, but a RSVP is requested
To RSVP click here
By attending 7 of the 10 scheduled monthly seminars or webinars you will receive $25 at the end of the year as part of the Streetcar to Better Health campaign!
November Knowledge Stop: "Five Secrets to Permanent Weight Loss and Diabetes":
November 10, 15 and 17
Join Dr. Timothy Harlan (aka Dr. Gourmet), Medical Director of Tulane Hospital and Clinics, for a three-week series on eating great food that's great for you. This series is a comprehensive look at today's state of the art nutrition research and a guide on how you can apply the best evidence to your daily life. Learn more about Dr. Gourmet by visiting his great website which includes recipes, advice and fitness information.
Weekly Topics and Dates
Week One – Friday October 21, 2011
Week Two – Friday October 28, 2011
Week Three – Friday November 4, 2011
Each session will be held in the
GW2-1111 (Seinsheimer Lecture Theater) in the School of Business
Your attendance is encouraged at all 3 lectures. If you attend all 3 lectures you will receive a $25 incentive as part of the Streetcar to Better Health campaign.
Need some motivation going into the holiday season? Join the next active lifestyle program! Our last program, Route to Wellness, was a great success. Over 300 of your colleagues registered and as a group walked over 66 million steps! The top walker was Candy Legeai, she walked an impressive 1.3 million steps. Candy's secret is that exercise is a lifestyle choice, she seldom uses her car and instead walks to the Tulane shuttle stop near her house and uses the streetcar and bikes for running errands. Candy also incorporates a fitness walk or two into her daily schedule and on the weekend walks up to eight miles. She looks for beautiful places to walk and devises games to keep her walks interesting. Ready to keep up with Candy?
In the TeamWell Challenge you can earn points with your teammate for eating healthy, engaging in regular physical activity, achieving or maintaining a healthy weight, participating in education opportunities, keeping up-to-date with well visits and preventative screenings. This will be a team program and teams will consist of four Tulane faculty or staff per team.
The program includes:
· Weekly Challenges
· Online progress tracking
· Webinars on various wellness topics
· Q&A with wellness experts
· Weekly team prizes
· $100Visa bank card to the winners*
Program begins on October 10th. Click here to learn a bit more about the program.
To register e-mail TUWellness@tulane.edu with your team name, four team member's names and e-mail addresses. Don't have a team? You can still register and be placed on a team! Just e-mail TUWellness. All teams must be registered by October 7th.
*2011 Taxable event
It wouldn't be fair to say that Halloween is only a holiday for children-most adults like treats too! Here are a few tips on how to make this Halloween a little healthier than the last ones:
It's Halloween, treat yourself, but make sure to check the nutrition labels on the back of candy. You will be surprised at how many calories and grams of fat are in some small piece of candy.
Play a trick on yourself and tell someone at the office or at home to hide your stash of candy. If the candy is out of sight, the temptation is too!
Before Trick or Treating, make sure you and your family have a delicious, healthy and filling dinner. This way no one will be tempted by candy on an empty stomach!
If you insist, opt for "fun size" or "mini" versions of your favorite candies. This is the perfect amount to seize your sweet craving.
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