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$7 million center at the University of La Verne aims to be a hub for wellness and research

Most academic institutions have their own mental health clinics. Many also have fancy fitness centers. University of La Verne has both, but the two are not mutually exclusive. But a new $7 million ... read more

They're not lovin' it: Healthy California town fights new McDonald's as against Adventist religion

McDonald's does not fit the Loma Linda brand of health and wellness,' Dr Wayne Dysinger, head of preventive medicine at the Adventist Loma Linda University Medical Center told the Los Angeles Times. ... read more

Stories for May 2018

USC President C.L. Max Nikias has agreed to step down as a series of scandals has rocked the university, according to a statement ... security tech firm Openpath launched May 22, helped by a $7 ... read more

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Training Loads and Incidence of Injury During the Preseason in Professional Rugby League Players

Research ... perceptual wellness, these generally include simple 1-5 Likert scale for factors such as energy, sleep quality and mood and are considered a valid predictor of injury and illness ( Killen ... read more

University of La Verne celebrates 2019 winter commencement

More than 700 University of La Verne winter graduates from its main and regional campuses, as well as online programs, participated in ceremonies Friday and more are planned for Saturday. The keynote ... read more

Stories for January 2019

Select Interior Concepts, Inc. (Nasdaq: SIC), an Anaheim-based building products and services company, said it bought T.A.C. Ceramic Tile Co., an installer of residential and light commercial flooring ... read more

Psychosocial Factors and Adjustment to Chronic Pain in Persons With Physical Disabilities: A Systematic Review

To systematically review the research findings regarding the associations between psychosocial factors and adjustment to chronic pain in persons with physical disabilities. A key word literature ... read more

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