Health & Wellness Connection Newsletter
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Dr. Ron Eavey, Taking Care of Your Allergies, Grow Your Relationships, New Start! Challenge, Start! Spotlight with Daniel Kirby, Recipe for Quick Chicken Tikka Masala, Spotlight on Success with Angie Lankford, and much more!
Special features include: The Counseling Corner – Disorderd Eating Behaviors, Kindness Counts, Leading By Example with Dean Linda Norman, Recipe for Crunchy Baked Chicken with Sweet Potato Fries, and more! Issue 341, 2014 – February/March 2014
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Dean Emilie Townes, Flulapalooza Fun Facts, and tips to stay well rested and maintain healthy eating habits during the holiday season.
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Deputy Vice Chancellor Judson Newbern, Resilience: Turning Challenges Into Success, information about the new Vanderbilt Recreation and Wellness Center, Hold the Stuffing, and Diabetes Prevention.
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Assistant Vice Chancellor Jill Austin, Go for the Gold deadline information, a spotlight on Executive Chef Bill Claypool, and the honor Vanderbilt received by the National Business Group for Best Employers.
Read the June/July, 2013 edition of the Connection newletter.
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Assistant Vice Chancellor Brock Williams, National Employee Health and Fitness Day information, and tips for better posture.
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Nancy Brown, MD, a Counseling Corner discussion on perfectionism, a quiz to assess our own heart disease IQ and a recipe for a sweet and spicy pasta stir- fry.
This issue includes: Leading by Example with Mark Bandas, the Counseling Corner discussion featuring holiday stress, handwashing tips anda recipe for roasted butternut squash.
This issue includes: Leading by Example featuring Leading by Example with Susan Hernandez, BSN, MBA, BN, The Counseling Corner discussion featuring depression, a recipe for Corn and Potato Chowder, tips for being there for someone with cancer and more.