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Autumn Johnson

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Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, says we should start using 30 spf suncreen during the spring and not wait until summer.  Autumn says we spend more time in the sun starting in the spring, and overexposure to the sun is possible even when the temperatures are still mild.

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Autumn Johnson, director Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, discusses "Celebrate Every Body Week" at the Morris Recreation Center this week, which includes Heart Chakra Yoga at 7:30 p.m. tonight (Wednesday, March 3) and "Every Body Eats: Grab and Go Snacks" from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday (March 4).  We also discuss the importance of social support in providing physical and mental well-being for every person.

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Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, reflects on an article on the benefits of exercise that says, even if you do less than the minimum recommended amount of exercise, it still does good for you.  It can also help with your mental well-being and sleep, among other benefits.

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Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M University-Commerce, reflects on an article advocating that hedonism has its place.  A University of Zurich study finds that enjoying short-term pleasures contribute as much to happiness as self-control.

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Autumn Johnson, our wellness commentator and director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, says February is American Heart Month, and relates some advice for good heart health.

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Autumn Johnson, the director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, who comments on wellness for the Blacklands Cafe, discusses ways to take care of your well-being during the holidays.

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Autumn Johnson, the director of Campus Recreation at Texas A&M-Commerce, discusses strategies for managing the stress that some people feel in relation to Thanksgiving and other holidays.

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Autumn Johnson, director of Campus Recreation at A&M-Commerce, discusses the idea of "micro-habits," a small change in your behavior repeated over 66 days that gradually bring about an improvement in your health and well-being.