Best Practice Briefing


No.BP19-0004

TitleUCSF's Guides for a Healthy and Safe Summer

EventOther Facility Event

Event Date07/31/2019

CategoryESH-Health Services - Health & Wellness

Summary
Should you eat spinach raw or cooked for the most nutritional value? How much sunscreen should you use, at a minimum, to cover your entire body? The following articles by University of California-San Francisco (UCSF) answer these questions and encourage readers to reexamine what they know about healthy eating and staying safe in the summer sun.

In "The UCSF Guide to Healthy and Happy Eating", scroll over interactive images to learn the most nutritious ways to prepare your favorite vegetables and how to decipher the value of buzzwords on a cereal box.
Discover more fun food facts at: https://www.ucsf.edu/news/2019/06/414696/ucsf-guide-healthy-and-happy-eating

In "The Ultimate Guide to Staying Safe in the Sun", test your sun safety IQ by taking a quiz and discover the importance of sunscreen and protecting one's self from harmful UV Rays.
Learn more at: https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/ultimate-guide-sun-safety

Please share these articles within your communities of practice as a commitment to investing in the health and wellness of the Laboratory community.


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