Physical Well-being  and Mental Health

Taking care of our bodies is very important to maintaining good mental health

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 "Physical activity has been steadily shown to relate to improved physical health, life satisfaction, cognitive functioning, and psychological well-being" 
 (Ristau, A., 2020)


It is important to put the right things in our bodies. Discover more about nutrition by clicking the link below.

Mental Health

Mental health is a topic people are becoming more open about talking about. Click here to learn more about what mental health is.


Physical fitness has several positive effects on our bodies and our minds. Hit Lets Go to find out more and to pick up some great tips and tricks to stay active.


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