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Stress: the study time killer

  Posted on: October 12, 2011

There are many reasons to reduce stress in your life, but as a student one BIG reason should be that stress prevents learning. If you want to retain all that you are studying, you need to be in the right frame of mind and body. When you’re stressed, your body switches into “fight or flight”…

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Veggie Recipe – Grilled broccoli and tomato skewers

  Posted on: October 7, 2011

Grilled broccoli and tomato skewers Prep time: 15min | Cook time: 20min | Yield: 1 L (4 cups) | Servings: 4 A fun idea for a different way to serve up vegetables. The roasted or grilled flavour of the vegetables will make you want to cook them up this way all the time! Enjoy. Developed…

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For Your Health and Wellness

  Posted on: January 10, 2011

The Wellness Centre is announcing a host of fun and healthy activities to get back in shape after the winter break.

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"Forgive: Easier Said than Done" (seminars)

  Posted on: November 10, 2010

The Wellness Centre Presents, “Forgive: Easier Said than Done” Seminars
Good working relationships are essential to organizational effectiveness, and forgiveness can be an important construct to encourage because it is a way for individuals to repair damaged workplace relationships between individuals and/or the institute, and at the intra-personal level. The opportunity and need for forgiveness arises as a result of disagreements, misunderstandings, mistreatments, conflicts and slights, many of which are likely to occur in the workplace.

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Meditation sessions at the Wellness Centre

  Posted on: November 9, 2010

New at the Wellness Centre! Weekly meditation sessions
Through the Wellness Centre, Iris Rich, FoHSED faculty and Wellness Advisory Committee member, has offered to facilitate a weekly meditation session for the students and employees on campus.

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Pretty in Pink

  Posted on: September 8, 2010

Pinking Positive team members hit Kamloops Farmers Market on a day in August and raised more than $400 towards their participation in the 2010 CIBC Run for the Cure on Oct. 3.

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