Shining a light on Exercise Science, with James Paul -Podcast
“Exercise Science often gets a bad rap”, says James Paul, Instructor for the Sports Health Science Department. What exactly does he mean? Find out in this exciting podcast delving into the expansive landscape of the field of Exercise Science.
Considering an Associate Chiropractor Position? Know the Right Questions to Ask.
For Life University (Life U) upperclassmen students in our renowned Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C) program, the time is quickly approaching to decide on a practical path to practice after they graduate and complete their required clinical hours.
Video Call Netiquette in the Digital Landscape
With every innovative solution, new challenges often arise. That has certainly been the case with the rising popularity of video calls for educational and business purposes.
Faces of LIFE: Daniel Anthony Roses
Dr. Daniel Anthony Roses is the sixth member of his family to graduate from the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Life University (Life U).
Psyched about Psychology with guest Mitchell Ferguson-Podcast
Mitchell Ferguson, Assistant Professor in Life University’s Psychology Department, discusses what sets apart our University’s Psychology programs as a more robust and well-rounded educational paradigm.
Meditation for a Brighter Outlook
Ever feel like the world around you is simply too loud and distracting? There has to be a way to refocus and regroup. One way to calm the mind that has been practiced for thousands of years is meditation. The Mayo Clinic explores this genre…
Career Exploration Through Career Services, with Samantha Clark -Podcast
Career exploration is an important part of personal and professional growth. Samantha Clark, Director of Career Services at Life U, encourages students to equip themselves with the best knowledge and tools available to them through the University in order to reach their highest potential.
Faces of LIFE: Yalitzaly Ramos
In a roundabout way, it makes sense why health care became a field of interest for Ramos. From an early age, she had an interest in the “structural point of view of things, things about construction,” spending days in the garage with her dad.
Positivity and Impact from the M.S in Positive Psychology program, with Alette Stache and Alison Smith-Podcast
Follow two accomplished Life University M.S in Positive Psychology students, Alette Stache and Alison Smith, as they ruminate on how this one-of-a-kind online program has helped them to grow personally. As they both approach graduation rapidly, it is a time of reflection and gratitude.
Taking Pollen Into Account: Fighting Seasonal Allergies the Natural way
The flowers are blooming and pleasing to the eye, but if you are a seasonal allergy sufferer, your nose and throat might find spring to be a less pleasant affair. Seasonal allergies like hay fever and allergic rhinitis can make you uncomfortable and irritable. So,…
Volleying into Improved Health with Tennis
Getting enough exercise can be a real drag, especially if you are mentally tired from a long day at school or work. That’s why so many people turn to sports to turn movement into a game, making exercise fun and competitive if necessary. There are…
Faces of LIFE- Matthew Mairowitz
B.S. in Computer Information Management and B.B.A. in Business Administration Alumnus (Class of 2020), Former Life U Men’s Rugby Player Matthew Mairowitz first came to Life University (Life U) in 2016, eager to tear up the rugby pitch and learn useful tools as a…