Join us on a 20-30 minute walk while we talk about health, wellness, and life in general. From the Employees Retirement System of Texas, podcast host Lacy Wolff walks and talks with her mentors, friends, experts and leaders about health and wellness. Learn more through the link below, or search ERS Walk and Talk through your favorite podcast platform! Learn more and participate whenever convenient for you!
In this webinar Brian McFarlin, Ph.D. will give us simple strategies to add more movement into our lives. Just 30 minutes of moderate physical activity over the course of each day can reduce the risk of chronic conditions such as hypertension, high cholesterol, Type II Diabetes, and can even help with managing stress and pain. Unfortunately, according to the CDC, less than 5% of Americans get this much daily physical activity. More movement equals better health, and as Dr. McFarlin says, “It doesn’t have to be hard. Let’s make it simple.”
Meet with a career counselor for 15-minute resume/cv critiques, career advice, or recommendations.
Do you have a story to tell? The Coming Out Monologues gives LGBTQIA+ students the opportunity to share their own stories and experiences.
A family health history is a record of health information about a person and his or her close relatives. A complete record includes information from three generations of relatives, including children, brothers and sisters, parents, aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, grandparents, and cousins.