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Healthy Movement: A Key to Lifelong Wellness

At the NeuroLIFE Institute at Life University, we emphasize the critical role of maintaining a healthy level of movement or activity for overall well-being. While reducing symptoms is important, achieving and sustaining health extends far beyond that. One fundamental aspect of this holistic approach is encouraging patients to incorporate regular physical activity into their daily routines.

Chiropractic, Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Getting Personal about Myosynaptics with Michele Hicheri- Podcast

Chiropractic is a beautifully layered and broad field that allows for immense specialization and honed expertise in many different forms. Michele Hicheri is Vice President of the Myosynaptics club here at Life U, eager to delve into what Myosynaptics is, its implications and benefits.

Podcast, Slice of LIFE

Read My Mind: Psychology Podcasts to Add to Your Playlist

Psychology is a fascinating and layered science, constantly in flux with new information and approaches. Life University Psychology students would be wise to find different ways to remain abreast of the latest work and developments in their chosen field.

Athletics, Faces of LIFE, FACES of LIFE FRIDAY, Faculty/Staff, Slice of LIFE

Faces of LIFE: Coach Ryszard “Rys” Chadwick

Ryszard “Rys” Chadwick is the Head Coach of the Women’s Rugby Program at Life University. He joined Life U in August 2022 and has since been an influential figure in the program.

Chiropractic, Slice of LIFE

Aging Gracefully with Chiropractic Care

Getting older isn’t for the faint of heart, but hope is alive and well because Chiropractic can help older adults with a variety of preventive care plans. Chiropractic care offers a safe and gentle, drug-free means to facilitating health and well-being.

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Welcome to Slice of LIFE, an invitation to and extension of everything happening at LIFE University. Whether you are a current student, a potential freshmen, or a proud alum, Slice of Life can help keep you connected

Research

Healthy Movement: A Key to Lifelong Wellness

At the NeuroLIFE Institute at Life University, we emphasize the critical role of maintaining a healthy level of movement or activity for overall well-being. While reducing symptoms is important, achieving and sustaining health extends far beyond that. One fundamental aspect of this holistic approach is encouraging patients to incorporate regular physical activity into their daily routines.

CGUS, Podcast, Research, Slice of LIFE

Enfranchising Cross Disciplinary Research with Dr. Alan Wells – Podcast Research Series

Dr. Alan Wells is the Assistant Dean of Liberal Studies at Life University (Life U) as well as an essential member of the Research Council. Research is often framed in the context of math and science endeavors, but a fair amount of business and interdisciplinary projects are also conducted here at Life U. Dr. Wells weighs in on some of the periodic considerations that go into preparing a student to start or continue a project, as well as how funding decisions are made. This special research series episode is co-hosted by Erin Gilligan, Project Coordinator for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).

Podcast, Slice of LIFE

11 Podcast Recommendations for Business-Minded Students

Did you know that in the United States, 19% of bachelor’s degrees fall under the business field of study, according to the National Center for Education Statistics? It makes for a significant challenge to stand out amongst your peers in the wider job market. But fear not because you can improve your business literacy while on your daily commute or whenever you have a free moment by listening to targeted business podcasts.

Athletics, Slice of LIFE

Faces of LIFE: Madelyn Jennings

M.S. in Sport Health Science student, Life U Women’s Rugby player. “Always part of a team”. Just a hop, skip and jump away from New Orleans sits Slidell, Louisiana, the cozy home of Madelyn Jennings. Jennings and her sister Gabrielle grew up on a steady stream of sports, with many of their classmates filling out multiple team rosters due to the lack of numbers in their tiny school. Their parents encouraged them “to pursue new sports and try new things.”