HHNS Healthy October Challenge! For Faculty, Staff, TAs, Sessional Lecturers, PDFs, GSA and GTA employees! Set Mini-Health Goals, For example: Drink More Water Meditate Walk, Exercise Eat Healthy Win Prizes! Log Weekly Progress, at the End of Each Week, Online Here.
Did you know Canada is the only G7 country without a national school food program? Hear about Canadian research on this timely topic, during an upcoming FREE webinar hosted by the Canadian Nutrition Society (CNS) called Should packed lunches be in the past? Evidence to inform a national school food program. Thursday September 17th from 12-1pm on Zoom.
HHNS MARBLE MADNESS! STAFF, FACULTY & STUDENTS! Missing team sports and the Summer Olympics? Want to win some cash and give back to our community? ...or need a good laugh? You've never seen Olympic Games like these... Choose 6 of 24 teams Top 3 players with highest cumulative points across 16 events will win cash! Pay $20 to play (IOUs) and win cash prizes (e-transfer). Or just follow the events through emails without paying!
PhD Thesis Examination Daniel Cervone, PhD Candidate Splenic Control of Cardiovascular Homeostasis: The Role of the Spleen in the Pathogenesis of Cardiovascular Disease Wednesday, May 6, 2020, 9:30pm Room 146, HHNS Anex (HNRU) G. Holloway, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences D. Dyck, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences D. Wright, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences D. Mutch, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences
CMHA’s National Mental Health Week and North American Occupational Safety and Health Week. National Mental Health Week helps to shift societal beliefs and perceptions about mental health. It helps promote behaviours and attitudes that foster well-being, support good mental health and create a culture of understanding and acceptance.
MSc Thesis Examination Hana Dibe, MSc Candidate Epinephrine Responsiveness is Reduced in Livers from Trained Mice Monday, April 27, 2020, 9:00am Room 146, HHNS Annex (HNRU) J. Monk, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences D. Wright, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences L. Robinson, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences D. Dyck, Human Health & Nutritional Sciences University of Guelph
Classical Yoga is a particularly effective and efficient system to not only stretch, tone and develop the muscles but stimulate robust health in all systems of the body. Regular practice can relieve stress and anxiety and promote mental concentration. We will practice physical postures to develop strength, flexibility and stamina. We will learn techniques to control breath and develop lung capacity, increase oxygen flow to the brain and reduce tension.
The University of Guelph has decided to cancel all events scheduled to be held on the University campus until July 1, 2020.
Chemical Waste Amnesty 2020 March 9 – 20, 2020