Healthy Monday Syracuse began the process of creating a Monday Mile initiative in Madison County in the summer of 2016. After much hard work over this past year, the Madison County Rural Health Council in partnership with Healthy Monday Syracuse have installed 8 new walking trails across the county as part of the Monday Mile program. Continue Reading
All community members are invited to join the Healthy Monday team on Monday, June 5th at 11:00 AM to walk the new Monday Mile route along Onondaga Creek Parkway near Kirk Park! Continue Reading
The traditional Caprese Salad is a popular staple in Mediterranean cuisine. It typically includes fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, fresh basil and extra virgin olive oil. The nutrients and flavors provided in this dish help serve-up a power plate providing essential vitamins and minerals for optimal health and wellness. Continue Reading
Join Healthy Monday Syracuse and Pet Partners of Central New York every Monday in April to walk the SU Campus Monday Mile and welcome the return of spring. Continue Reading
Thank you to Pet Partners of Central New York for sharing with us the great work that you are doing to improve the health and lives of Central New Yorkers. For those who were unable to attend our National Public Health Week 2017 lunch lecture, the presentation materials from Dr. Amy Slutzky of Pet Partners is available below.
Join Healthy Monday Syracuse on Monday, April 3rd to celebrate National Public Health Week. We are welcoming Dr. Amy Slutzky from Pet Partners of Central New York, who will speak about the organization and the work they do in the community. Please see the flyer below and RSVP today. Continue Reading
Each month, SU Food Services features fresh, new ingredients at the Try Me dinner. This program introduces students to fruits, vegetables, grains or spices that they may have never tried before. Continue Reading
Author: Abby Case, SU | Class of 2017 | Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics | Nutrition Major, Food Studies
We are well into the most glorious season of the year. Leaves have begun changing, our favorite flannels are out, and our lives are once again filled with crisp apples and radiant pumpkins.
What if one hour a week could help you improve your mental focus, strengthen your ability to accomplish tasks and help you move through your day more mindfully? These are some of the things students in Dara Harper’s Yoga Seeds class describe being better able to do since beginning their yoga practice. Continue Reading