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Mind/Body Connections...Would You Walk a Mile for a Caramel? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Cherie Snyder, Professor, Allegany College of Maryland   
Sunday, 01 August 2010 15:08

This column was originally published in the April issue of the Cumberland Times-News Health Journal. It was prepared  as part of Allegany College of Maryland’s (ACM) Integrative Health Core Curriculum Project (IHCCP).  A collaborative initiative between ACM faculty and health professionals from five Community Partner agencies (Western Maryland Health System, Archway, Allegany County Health Department, Family Crisis Resource Center, and HRDC Aging Services), the Project’s goal is to introduce evidenced-based mind/body medicine approaches into academic education and community health/mental health practice. This article is the first in a series on mindful eating.

Walk a mile for a caramel? Darn right I would! Especially ones from McFarland’s Candy ...

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Mind/Body Connections...Caught in the Act lof Chewing the Fat..... PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Cherie Snyder, Professor, Allegany College of Maryland   
Sunday, 01 August 2010 15:00

This column was originally published in the March issue of the Cumberland Times-News Health Journal. It was prepared  as part of Allegany College of Maryland’s (ACM) Integrative Health Core Curriculum Project (IHCCP).  A collaborative initiative between ACM faculty and health professionals from five Community Partner agencies (Western Maryland Health System, Archway, Allegany County Health Department, Family Crisis Resource Center, and HRDC Aging Services), the Project’s goal is to introduce evidenced-based mind/body medicine approaches into academic education and community health/mental health practice. This article is the seventh in a series on food as medicine.


 

OK, as predicted last month, I blew Small Chew # 2. No one’s perfect.

And to ...

Last Updated on Sunday, 01 August 2010 15:01
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The Small Chew #2 PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Cherie Snyder, Professor, Allegany College of Maryland   
Thursday, 29 July 2010 08:00
This column was originally published in the February issue of the Cumberland Times-News Health Journal. It was prepared  as part of Allegany College of Maryland’s (ACM) Integrative Health Core Curriculum Project (IHCCP).  A collaborative initiative between ACM faculty and health professionals from five Community Partner agencies (Western Maryland Health System, Archway, Allegany County Health Department, Family Crisis Resource Center, and HRDC Aging Services), the Project’s goal is to introduce evidenced-based mind/body medicine approaches into academic education and community health/mental health practice. This article is the sixth in a series on food as medicine.

Mission accomplished!

I did it! I succeeded with Small Step No. 1 on my Bucket List! (AKA ...

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 July 2010 10:52
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National Dance Day Celebration Saturday PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Courtesy Arts Flash, Allegany Arts Council   
Wednesday, 28 July 2010 13:07
Saturday, July 31, has been declared National Dance Day to encourage everyone to dance as a means to stay fit, healthy, and to have fun. Amy Griffith, owner of  Frostburg Dance Academy, is joining the effort with a performance immediately following Hanna Livingston's "Saturdays on Broadway" concert which is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m. in the parking lot below City Place,  Frostburg. Her students will be dancing to choreography created by Napoleon and Tabitha D'umo, two popular hip hop choreographers. Amy encourages everyone to get off the couch, put on your dancing shoes, and join FDA on July 31! For more information, visit www.frostburgdanceacademy.com.
 
FSU’s ‘Biggest Loser’ competition for students a huge success PDF Print E-mail
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Written by FSU News   
Wednesday, 16 June 2010 14:26

Picture_302_--_logo_new2.240x240Program organized by CHILL, Department of Health and Physical Eduation

Frostburg State University students showed their dedication to health and wellness during the course of the second annual “Are You the Biggest Loser on Campus?” competition organized by FSU’s “Creating Healthy, Informed Lasting Lifestyles” (CHILL) and the Department of Health and Physical Education.  Fourteen teams featuring a total of 78 students participated during the course of the two-month long event that began March 2 and ran through May 4 and challenged students to eat healthy, exercise, and think critically about their overall health and well-being, including fitness, nutrition, and stress management.

Overseen by senior exercise and sports science major Kimber Williams, teams ...

 
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