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201 Health screening day
Campus News Network 11:7, p.2
10/23/2000 Allen Hospital is offering a health screening day.
202 Online words of wellness
Campus News Network 11:7, p.2
10/23/2000 The newsletter ' Words of Wellness' is available online.
203 'Healing the Whole:' UNI hosts wholistic health fair
Paulus--Beth
Northern Iowan 96:50, p.11
4/11/2000 Schedule of weekend events.
204 Overcoming obesity at an early age
Public Relations News Release 1999:274, p.1
2/28/2000 Nancy Hamilton, professor of Leisure Services, will give some lifelong tips for staying fit.
205 Global health and poverty
Public Relations News Release 1999:60, p.1
10/4/1999 Michele Yehieli, Assistant Professor in the School of HPELS, will share her observations on maternal and child health care in Third World countries.
206 Health problems of mothers and children in Third World shanty towns topic for C.R.O.W. Forum lecture Monday Oct. 4
Public Relations News Release 1999:65, p.1
10/1/1999 Michele Yehieli will present an address called "Maternal and Child Health in Shanty Towns: The Global Reality of Peri-Urban Poverty" on October 4 as the first in this year's C. R. O. W. (Current Research on Women) Forum.
207 What's Up
Northern Iowan 95:52, p.3
4/20/1999 Activities and meetings.
208 Health Screening and Information Day
Campus News Network 9:16, p.3
4/5/1999 Blood chemistry profiles, free blood pressure screening, and computerized health risk appraisal will be available along with health information April 9 in the WRC.
209 World Health Day brings focus to health problems
Public Relations News Release 1998:316, p.1
4/1/1999 April 7 is United Nation's World Health Day. Michele Yehieli talks about the biggest health concerns worldwide.
210 Minority health conference will be held at University of Northern Iowa on April 9-10, with keynote speaker Faye Wattleton
Public Relations News Release 1998:306, p.1
3/26/1999 UNI will host a minority health conference on April 9-10. The guest speaker is Faye Wattleton.
211 WRC sponsors health screening information day for students, staff
Northern Iowan 95:45, p.2
3/26/1999 WRC will take blood chemistry profiles, screen blood pressure, provide health risk appraisals, and present other information April 9.
212 The Riot Act
Greene--James (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 95:42, p.15
3/5/1999 Student uses another's toothbrush.
213 The Riot Act
Greene--James (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 95:35, p.14
2/9/1999 Students rush to General Nutrition Center (GNC) to purchase herbal supplements.
214 Making a habit of wellness
Gulick--Kathleen M. (Health Services Staff)
Northern Iowa Today 83:1, p.36
1/1/1999 Kathy Gulick outlines beliefs on healthy behavior.
215 Good hand washing, personal hygiene techniques important at young age
Public Relations News Release 1997:25, p.1
9/10/1997 Gloria Kirkland Holmes recognizes the benefits of teaching children good personal hygiene techniques.
216 Activities to stay fit during the summer
Public Relations News Release 1996:468, p.1
7/10/1997 Health Service staff member talks about outdoor activities to keep students in shape.
217 Take two aspirin and call me in the morning
Public Relations News Release 1996:429, p.1
5/28/1997 Wellness Resource Coordinator Basu, talks about National Headache Awareness Week.
218 Untitled
Soukup--John
Northern Iowan 93:45, p.8
3/28/1997 Student brings instrument to Jazzercize class.
219 Americans fatter than ever
Northern Iowan 93:43, p.4
3/11/1997 Percentage of overweight Americans risen to 35%.
220 UNI professor says fitness levels of children continue to drop
Honnold--Donavan
Northern Iowa Today 25:1, p.2
3/1/1997 Professor Larry Hensley finds fewer children meeting guidelines; photo.
221 Keeping fit on a busy schedule
Campus News Network 7:9, p.2
12/9/1996 Suggests ways of keeping in good shape.
222 What's Up
Northern Iowan 93:19, p.3
11/5/1996 Activities and meetings.
223 Dieting too young not healthy for preteens
Public Relations News Release 1996:138, p.1
11/4/1996 Dody Olson and Clare Struck discuss the problems of preteen dieting.
224 Providing AIDS education in the workplace
Public Relations News Release 1996:137, p.1
11/4/1996 Joan Thompson speaks about how businesses should educate employees about AIDS, not only about prevention, but on acceptance of co-workers with AIDS.
225 What's Up
Northern Iowan 93:17, p.5
10/29/1996 Activities and meetings.
226 Dieting by pre-teen girls becoming a growing problem
Public Relations News Release 1996:119, p.1
10/21/1996 Pre-teen girls are starting to worry about their weight, which could cause serious health implications.
227 Untitled
Gulick--Kathleen M. (Health Services Staff)
Northern Iowan 89:15, p.3
10/20/1992 Outlines history of wellness movement.
228 Bad diet habits start young; gradual change may be best
Public Relations News Release 1991:511, p.1
4/27/1992 Research shows that bad nutrition and exercise habits can be harmful to people in their teens and twenties---even though the consequences may not show up for thirty years according to Sue Joslyn.
229 Lack of cardiorespiratory fitness of Iowa youth cause for concern, says University of Northern Iowa physical education professor.
Public Relations News Release 1991:439, p.1
3/9/1992 A study of Iowa youth by Larry Hensley reveals that in general Iowa youth are average; however, two areas stand out as areas of concern. Iowa youth have a higher percentage of body fat and below average cardiorespiratory fitness.
230 Students stay fit during winter; through snow through sleet, through gloom of night¿
Craig--Tim
Northern Iowan 88:42, p.8
3/3/1992 Students talk about the ways they stay fit, including running, walking, weight training, and biking.
231 We know we shouldn't, but we eat it anyway.
Public Relations News Release 1991:176, p.1
11/4/1991 Buying habits of American consumers do not seem to be affected by the inclusion of things bad for our health on labels, according to Sue Joslyn. It is time to improve our eating habits.
232 How's your personal wellness? Time for a self check.
Public Relations News Release 1991:8, p.1
8/26/1991 Wellness should be considered and practiced every day.
233 Health care costs force employees to maintain wellness tactics.
Public Relations News Release 1990:610, p.1
6/10/1991 Employers are encouraging employees to increase exercise and fitness to cut down on health care costs.
234 Concerned about high blood pressure? Pass on passing the salt.
Public Relations News Release 1990:485, p.1
4/15/1991 Salt found to contribute to stroke and heart disease, as well as high blood pressure.
235 Health care moves into school setting
Public Relations News Release 1990:431, p.1
3/25/1991 Students with health problems can't do well in school.
236 School health clinics --meeting the medical needs of students.
Public Relations News Release 1990:381, p.1
3/4/1991 Schools are providing services beyond education for their students.
237 School-based health clinics provide more comprehensive care for at-risk students
Public Relations News Release 1990:375, p.1
3/4/1991 School-based health clinics have arisen in metropolitan areas.
238 Beating the battle of the bulge begins with good food choices
Public Relations News Release 1990:275, p.1
1/7/1991 Good nutrition and exercise are the only ways to lose weight and keep it off.
239 Wellness program and services promote healthy lifestyle
Public Relations News Release 1990:243, p.1
12/10/1990 Wellness educators develop a wellness program for youth at UNI's Price Laboratory School.
240 Are you working yourself to death? Workaholism examined.
Public Relations News Release 1990:201, p.1
11/19/1990 The cure for workaholism is a heart attack. This extreme event is what seems to get the person's attention and helps make him see that changes are needed.
241 Oat bran, rice bran, bran pills--wonder products or nutrition fad:
Public Relations News Release 1990:179, p.1
11/12/1990 Bran advantages and myths noted.
242 Physical, social, emotional wellness combined in pilot program
Public Relations News Release 1990:186, p.1
11/1/1990 Project at Malcolm Price Lab School aims to help young people choose a healthy lifestyle.
243 Want to stay out of the nursing home: put on your walking shoes !
Public Relations News Release 1990:133, p.1
10/22/1990 Twice weekly forty minute exercise sessions improve health of the elderly.
244 Man on personal quest to prevent head injuries
Randal--Julie
Northern Iowan 87:13, p.16
10/16/1990 Randall Gann, who is recuperating from a major head injury, wants to help others afflicted with head injuries.
245 Want to stay out of the nursing home? Keep moving!
Public Relations News Release 1990:114, p.1
10/15/1990 Two forty minute exercise sessions per week improve health of elderly people.
246 Personal wellness is more than physical
Fisher--Carrie A. (Classes of 1993 and 1996)
Northern Iowan 87:12, p.12
10/12/1990 Wellness can be broken into spiritual, physical, emotional, career, intellectual, environmental, and social aspects.
247 There's oil in them there fields--soybeans and canola
Public Relations News Release 1990:66, p.1
9/24/1990 Using soybean and canola oil found to reduce cholesterol in diets.
248 I'll drink to that--more reasons to indulge in eight glasses a day
Public Relations News Release 1990:50, p.1
9/17/1990 Importance of drinking a eight glasses of water a day noted.
249 Mercury contained in latex paints can be health hazard, according to director of Iowa waste reduction center at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:31, p.1
9/4/1990 Mercury used as a preservative identified as possible source of health problems.
250 University of Northern Iowa receives $126,300 federal grant to expand wellness program, prevent substance abuse
Public Relations News Release 1990:32, p.1
9/4/1990 Grant provides money for programs aimed at maintaining healthy lifestyles.

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