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Lerner Center Kicks Off Race Challenge to Promote Healthy Habits
Members of the Syracuse University community are invited to join in a new program to promote good health with a dose of friendly competition. The Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion is launching a new Healthy Monday program to help prevent the spread of chronic disease by offering weekly prompts for people to start and sustain healthy behaviors through a new app called DIEMlife.
Beginning today, participants will have the chance to “Race Across the US” using the DIEMlife website and free mobile app. This free 12-week challenge is designed to spark healthy habits through a holistic approach to well-being. If you have goals to move more, eat well, control stress better, or connect with others, this challenge is for you! Join a network of like-minded people who can support your progress.
The goal is to move participants’ teams from Syracuse to the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California, by logging healthy behaviors. Aside from feeling good and bettering your health, there will be routine drawings for a chance to win prizes along the way. For details on the program and how to sign up, visit the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion website and check out the Healthy Monday Race Across the US program.
Do you think can get to California faster than your colleague or neighbor? Prove it by joining the quest and creating healthy habits!