By Ann Robinson, HCI staff Valentine’s Day is about relationships that nourish us. Studies show that all connections, including a parent or child, a long-time friend, a romantic partner, or a “walking buddy” are important to life-long health and happiness, and may be as important as eating your vegetables.
Archive for February 12th, 2013
10-20% of college females and 4-10% of college males suffer from eating disorders (Schlesinger). Chances are you or somebody you know has struggled with disordered eating. The Nutrition and Dietetics Club here on campus is hosting a week of activities during National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, February 24th- March 2st, in hopes of educating students […]
Food for Thought, brought to you by the Oregon State Student Health Services Dietician Lynn Cordes, MS, RD, LD. Looking for a light, delicious meal that’s sure to be a crowd pleaser for dinner tonight? Look no further! This Ratatouille pasta combines your whole garden with smooth Swiss cheese and the flavors of garlic and […]