Sustainability isn’t just about the health and well-being of the planet; it’s about the health and well-being of people. From the air we breathe to the food and water we consume, the environment impacts human health. In addition to cutting-edge research that is helping improve human well-being and quality of life, NC State has programs and initiatives designed to promote wellness on campus.
Wolfpack Wellness Website
What You Can Do
1. Exercise at least 30 minues a day for a healthy, strong and sustainable you.
2. Research health impacts of ingredients in personal care and consumer products.
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