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Sep. 11, 2022
By Rae Baldwin (Director of Development, UNLV School of Integrated Health Sciences Development Office) September 9, 2022 (Las Vegas): Since 2010, the UNLV food pantry has been providing food to students, staff, and their families in need. In March of 2022, to support these efforts and in collaboration with Three Square Food Bank, a monthly Farmers Market community event was launched.…
Prof. Van Whaley (Doc Doc) muscle anatomy presentation with graduate student Kyle Cruz
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Mar. 30, 2022
By Maren Barney (UNLV School of Integrated Health Sciences Communications office) Most people diagnosed with color blindness typically struggle with Deutan color blindness, red-green color blindness that makes up approximately 80% of all color blindness cases. The other common diagnosis is Protan Color Blindness which generally causes the eyes to have trouble differentiating between red and…
Nutrition Notes. Healthy Eating. Tips for a Healthy Diet
Sep. 15, 2021
Although there is no magic food to keep your brain sharp, there is a pattern of dietary practices that, if consumed regularly, has been shown to improve brain functionality. These same foods help protect your cardiovascular system! 2 or more servings a day of green leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach, broccoli, and collards. 2-3 servings a week of fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel,…
UNLV Alumni Philanthropy Committee volunteer at the UNLV Food Pantry
Sep. 15, 2021
The UNLV Alumni Philanthropy Committee spent a day at the Food Pantry to give back and support the UNLV community. Volunteers donated food items as well as their time to pack 184 bags of non-perishable food items that will support many students living on campus. Learn more about the UNLV Food Pantry