The Food and Drug Administration is proposing several changes to the nutrition labels you see on packaged foods and beverages and to give us a picture of what's being changed is Richard J. Wood, director of the Center for Wellness Education and Research (CWER) at Springfield College.
The Springfield College Center for Wellness Education and Research, in collaboration with the Greater Springfield YMCA and the Dunbar Community Center, is leading a new initiative entitled, “Wellness through Sports.” The program is designed to teach kids practical skills to improve nutrition, physical activity, and stress management while promoting participation in youth sports. Read more.
The Center for Wellness Education and Research at Springfield College presented “Diet, Health, and the Wisdom of Crowds” From Tom Naughton, the writer/director of Fat Head.Read more about the event and Tom Naughton.
Springfield College has named Richard J. Wood the new director of the Center for Wellness Education and Research (CWER) at the College. Housed in the Springfield College School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, the mission of the CWER is to become the preeminent provider of practical, individualized wellness solutions aimed at disease prevention. Read more.
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The CWER specializes in designing wellness systems. Through in-depth interviews and data collection, the Center works with organizations to identify the challenges faced by their clients or members in achieving better wellness. Learn more about the Center for Wellness and Education and Research.
The mission of the Center for Wellness Education and Research at Springfield College is to become the preeminent source for best practices in nutrition and physical activity programming for youth.