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.
“WHOOP Research”- Research Series
Working with Dr. Austin Cohen, CEO of Corrective Chiropractic, and Dr. Le Lievre, a Life University D.C. alumnus and current Life University master’s student, a study was conducted of chiropractic patients from Corrective Chiropractic offices who are utilizing the WHOOP Band.
“How do Biodegradable Plastics Effect Soil Quality?” – Research Series
Life University (Life U) Research Series From Your Extraordinary LIFE (YEL) 2022 Edition Exploring Research Through the Eyes of Life U Students College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies Abigail Bachman, Human Ecology Student, Dr. Stephanie Wakefield, Program Coordinator + Assistant Professor | Human Ecology Program,…
The Relationship Between EEG (electroencephalogram) Patterns, Heart Rate Variability, Single Session of Chiropractic Care and Stress Scores
This study looks at how a single session of chiropractic care changes the brain, using a couple of different electroencephalography (EEG) techniques. One technique examined the brain during resting state. This is considered the baseline or the starting point from which to gauge. Researchers hoped to answer the question, “How does the brain respond to unique stimulus?”
Donor Spotlights: A Living Legacy and Dear Friend to Life University- Jane S. Goodwin
Jane S. Goodwin FRIEND OF LIFE U, WILLIAM M. HARRIS FAMILY FOUNDATION On September 15, 2022, Mrs. Jane S. Goodwin was recognized by Life University (Life U) with the “Mrs. Jane S. Goodwin Boardroom Dedication.” The beautiful plaque naming the boardroom for Goodwin in the Dr….
Donor Spotlights: Why We Serve- Dr. Eddy Diaz & Mrs. Neia Diaz
Dr. Eddy Diaz graduated from Life University in 1995 and has been serving on the Board of Trustees for the past decade. This past July, he renewed another term for three more years. He and his wife, Neia, are firm believers in serving others and…
Exploring Research Through the Eyes of Life U Students – College of Chiropractic
Dr. Shaleigh McBride, who worked in a recovery inpatient treatment center while attending Life U, has a background in counseling and a master’s in clinical mental health. Her goal was to work with patients to see how Chiropractic could be introduced to help in a drug treatment facility. She originally worked as a therapist and specialized in behavioral disorders before she transitioned to working with clients who were suffering from drug addiction.
The Power of 3
Life University is expanding its horizons with explosive growth and transformation in large part to the cooperation and engagement of people, partnerships and philanthropy. Why is the number 3 so powerful? Throughout human history, the number 3 has always had a unique significance. The ancient Greek philosopher Pythagoras postulated that the meaning behind numbers was deeply significant. In their eyes, the number 3 was considered the perfect number, the number for harmony, wisdom and understanding.
Butterfly Research Project
Jazmyn Hambrick, who recently graduated with a Human Ecology degree wants to let people know that butterflies are not only pretty, but they are also vital to our future. Restoring these lovely creatures back into the environment is not about cosmetics and beauty, but they serve an important purpose in sustaining our environment. Butterflies help us sustain our food supply, as well as other plants.