Got Water? Why it’s Imperative to Drink Enough
According to the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, as referenced in an article by the Mayo Clinic titled “Water: How much should you drink every day?”, on average, men should strive to drink about 15.5 cups (3.7 liters) of fluids and about 11.5 cups (2.7 liters) of fluids a day for women. So, imagine drinking a little over a two-liter bottle of water a day or a little over one-and-one half two liter bottles over the course of a day, as recommendations suggest. Chances are that seems farfetched, but regardless of how close you are to that daily goal, the benefits of intentional water intake are undeniable.
Training the Trainer, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Coaching- Research Series
Dr. Maria Benzo’s research project involves creating an online training program for health coaches to help their Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients cope with their disease, using positive psychology techniques.
Faces of LIFE- Maria Benzo & Ivonne Begue de Benzo
Looking for a high-level Master’s in Positive Psychology Program brought this mother-daughter duo to Life University (Life U). Maria Benzo told her mother Ivonne Begue de Benzo that she was planning to get a master’s in positive psychology, and Begue de Benzo thought it was a wonderful idea when her daughter Benzo suggested that she do the program with her. Begue de Benzo had planned to get this degree years before, but as it goes, life happened, and she had not completed this goal.
Stress Management Tips in Time for Busy Holidays
In an ideal world, the holidays are meant to be a time of light, love and laughter. We hope that, along with friends and family, you will get in the holiday spirit by joining in the festivities surrounding Life University’s Lights of LIFE holiday campus-wide lights displays, which run from Thanksgiving Night to New Year’s Eve. But despite the colorful decorations and general sense of goodwill, the holiday season can often become a pressure cooker for stress, as familial obligations, financial worries and more start to build up.
Protecting Your Hearing
Our ears connect us to the world around us – from tiny comforts like hearing our family members moving around the house, to pleasures like listening to live music in a crowd, to moments of emergency when you hear a car coming right before you step into the road.