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Selcer: A second opinion on being fat, happy and healthy

Recently, the Emerald ran a piece titled “Health doesn’t come in supersized portions” which offered a critique on the “Health At Every Size” (HAES) campaign. While I don’t subscribe to the HAES campaign—because I don’t believe it is radical enough—the arguments leveled against it were not unfamiliar to me as …

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Arts & CultureHealth

Feeling stressed this week? Exercising can help

Learning to manage stress is an integral part of student life. When exams, class presentations, homework assignments and job searches take up the bulk of your time, high stress and anxiety levels can become the norm. Physical activity increases the production of endorphins, which in return initiates positive feelings in …

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Study finds short, intense workouts are just as healthy, effective

Not having enough time to exercise might not be a valid excuse anymore, according to new research by Canadian scientists.

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Week in Review: Business, health and science

In case you missed last week’s news: With more yoga classes across the nation, more Americans have been treated with yoga-related injuries in emergency rooms. Unexpected injuries in yoga classes on campus are typically a result of students overexerting themselves. Other noteworthy news: The National Academy of Sciences awarded University psychologist Michael Posner for his research in …

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Arts & Culture

Five tips to manage time and stress this term

Tips about managing time and stress might seem a little familiar, but that’s because they’re tried and true.

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