Why YOU should go to the “Nutrition and Stress Management” Panel!

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As a college student, handling stress is always something on our agenda. No matter where the stress is coming from, it is always important to learn ways to relieve this stress. If you are dealing with a high level of stress, you can ALWAYS stop by the First Year Experience office for help and advise. Don’t hesitate to ask us for help! We are located in Meier Hall 100A or you can email us at firstyear@salemstate.edu.

There are plenty of health risks that are an effect of stress, especially in college students.

Some of these negative health effects are:

  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

Nutrition is also a very important aspect for college students. Making sure to eat healthy and exercise can have so many positive affects on your body and school performance.

Some of these positive effects are:

  • Better Focus
  • More Energy
  • Good Sleep
  • Improving academic performance


Now these are only a few examples of how stress and nutrition can effect your body. In this panel, Dr. Steven Dion will be leading a discussion on how eating right and how manage your stress, and the effects it can have on your body.

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Where can I find this event?

Ellison Campus Center, North Campus

ECC- Veterans Center, Room 220

1 Meier Drive, Salem, MA 01970


When is it?

Tuesday, November 22 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Who can I contact in case I have a question?

Samuel Ohannesian

(978) 542-6085



Have fun folks and I hope that some of you can make it out to this panel!!


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