Work Well Update for the week of October 9th



Today, Tuesday, Oct. 9th is the a special Denim Day for the Step Out to STOP DIABETES walk (American Diabetes Association).  Wear your jeans and support the cause.


Bring your UND ID and BCBSND insurance card to have this covered through insurance.  For those without insurance, it is a $35 cost.  Please wear short-sleeve shirts.  The Student Health Service nurses are providing this service for us.  Clinics are open to staff, faculty and students.

  • October 9, 2012
    • 9-11am: Med School Room 5006
    • 12:30-2:30pm: Twamley Room 305
  • October 10, 2012
    • 6:30-8:30am: Facilities Cottonwood Rm
    • 12:30-2:30pm: Memorial Union Health and Wellness Hub
  • October 11, 2012
    • 8:30-10:30am:       Odegard Room 151
    • 12-2pm       EERC Stevens/Maximillian Room

WALK with the KELLEYS…..

Don’t forget to make it over to Swanson Hall – Room 17 on Monday, Oct. 15th at 11:30am to help UND receive its 5th annual Platinum – Level Fit-Friendly award from the American Heart Association and then Walk with the Kelleys for the grand opening of the Indoor Walking path in the Parking Ramp.

Health Screenings:

Two early morning screenings will be provided this fall to staff, faculty and spouses to measure blood pressure, cholesterol, glucose, body mass index.  Additionally you will receive consultation and breakfast.  WelCore and the Nutrition and Dietetics students will provide services this fall.

Dates are:  Tuesday, Oct. 23rd at Skalicky Hall – Room 211 (west end of campus) and Wednesday, Nov. 28th at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences (Vennes Atrium).  Clinics for the spring are expected at the EERC, Memorial Union and Facilities building.

Click here to make your appointment.  This is a FREE service!

Did you rake leaves this weekend?  According to, a 150-pound person burns about 146 calories by raking leaves for 30 minutes.  You don’t have to go to the gym for a good workout…just rake and get in a moderate-intensity workout.  


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The University of North Dakota Health & Wellness Unit has built their foundation on 7 Dimensions of Wellness: Physical, Social, Emotional, Environmental, Spiritual, Intellectual, and Occupational.

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