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New Year, New Healthier You

January 20 2017

Join us on January 20, 2017, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., in Galaxy Rooms B & C (SU 2.602) for Obesity Disease Risks and Treatment Options. This presentation by Dr. Daniel Scott, General & Laparoscopic Surgeon at UTSW Medical Center, has limited space. To ensure your spot, RSVPReply Please (Répondez S’il Vous Plaît) to taylor.tran@utdallas.edu by January 13.

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Trim the Tree, Trim the Fat

December 15
Trim the Tree, Trim the Fat (Photo Credit: [CC BY 2.0] 2009 Manitoba Coupon Maven, https://www.flickr.com/photos/formulaexo/3330698035/)

Join us on December 15, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., in JSOM 1.508 for Healthy Tips to Keep Your Waistline Intact During the Holidays. This presentation by Taylor Tran, RDRegistered Dietitian, and Frankie Branham, Coordinator of Fitness for Rec Sports, has limited space. To ensure your spot, RSVPReply Please (Répondez S’il Vous Plaît) to taylor.tran@utdallas.edu by December 8.

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2016 UT System Holiday Family Cookbook

Try out recipes contributed by your colleagues from throughout the UT System. Download the 2016 UT System Holiday Family Cookbook (PDFPortable Document Format File) today —and don’t forget to check out the Healthy Tips section for great advice on making any recipe healthier.

 

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Employee Assistance Program

In addition to all the festivities and good cheer, the holidays offer plenty of reasons to be stressed out and anxious. The Employee Assistance Program (EAPEmployee Assistance Program) is available to help you and your dependents with life’s concerns. The EAP is a benefit of your employment that provides confidential, professional assistance to help you resolve problems that affect your personal life or job performance. Learn More >>

 

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Wellness Inspiration - A Living Well Success Story

Read the inspiring story of how Felix C. Abattam from UT San Antonio turned his health around.

 

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10K-A-Day

10K-A-Day

Already have the Walktober Blues? Missing the platform to track your activity and keep up with colleagues on the Walking Wall? Don’t worry! The wait is over: you’re now able to opt-in and begin logging in 10K-A-Day.

10K-A-Day is a physical activity campaign and tracking tool that challenges you to accumulate 10,000 steps each day, while virtually traversing a variety of global trails; this tracking tool will be available year-round.

If you did not participate in Walktober, you will first Register for the UT Activity Challenge Platform at www.utlivingwell.com:

  • Select ‘Register’ in the lower right-hand corner
  • Enter your 8-digit BID (following UTSO on your ID card) and birthdate, click ‘NEXT’
  • Confirm your email address and create a password
  • Agree to the terms and conditions by checking the box
  • Select ‘CREATE ACCOUNT

Once logged in at www.utlivingwell.com, you can opt-in to the 10K-A-Day challenge:

  • Select ‘Enter 10K-A-Day
  • Select ‘Sign up today!’ on the 10K-A-Day Welcome page
  • Answer opt-in questions
  • Check the PHI Authorization box for prize eligibility
  • Select ‘Join
  • Begin logging your daily steps!

Sign up today and join the fun! www.utlivingwell.com

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