All-campus Access for Cinco de Mayo With a Healthy Twist: The Five Smartest Things You Can Do for Your Health

Join remotely or from Heer Hall on the Kent Campus on May 5 at noon for a Lunch and Learn with Michael Schechter, M.D., principal and director of operations for Be Well Solutions, Kent State University’s wellness partner. Schechter will share “The Five Smartest Things You Can Do for Your Health.”

This lunchtime workshop will provide support in taking charge of your health and acquiring ways to reduce your risk of disease. Topics to be covered include:

  • Knowing Your Numbers/Healthcare Consumerism
  • Nutrition Strategies
  • Exercise Essentials
  • Practicing Emotional Balance
  • Eliminating Tobacco from Your Life

Registration is required for this workshop, whether you choose to attend in Heer Hall, Room 107, on the Kent Campus or via remote streaming. 

Register here to attend at Heer Hall

Register here to stream from your workspace or Regional Campus

Many campuses have reserved a designated room to enable employees to watch the live stream together. We hope you will join the workshop in whichever manner you choose.

If you have questions related to health and wellness offerings for Kent State faculty and staff, contact Kim Hauge, manager for university wellness, at 330-672-7505 or  

For a complete listing of wellness offerings, visit the wellness calendar at

POSTED: Thursday, April 21, 2016 03:30 PM
UPDATED: Wednesday, April 24, 2024 05:57 PM

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