N.C. State program urges students to make healthy changes

01/22/2013 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

North Carolina State University's One Change program tries to get students to make one healthy behavior change each week for six weeks and adopt one habit they can follow all year, said University Dining dietitian Lisa Eberhart. Suggestions include exercise, eating more healthy foods or relaxation. Eberhart says it is important to get college students moving because they often become more sedentary than when they were in high school.

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