Topic: Recovery

Hogg Foundation Awards $1.1 Million to Expand the East Texas Coalition for Mental Health Recovery

Aug. 6, 2013

The Hogg Foundation for Mental Health at The University of Texas at Austin has awarded grant funds totaling $1.1 million to expand the East Texas Coalition for Mental Health Recovery (ETCMHR).

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The Center for Students in Recovery Receives National Award for Groundbreaking Drug and Alcohol Recovery Initiatives

June 12, 2012

The American College Health Association recently honored the Center for Students in Recovery (CSR) with the "Best Practices in College Health" Award for 2012. CSR supports students at The University of Texas at Austin who have alcoholism and other drug addictions by offering them a pathway to recovery and academic achievement. The American College Health Association is the nation's principal advocate and leadership organization for college and university health. The award recognizes cutting-edge and exemplary health education and promotion services.

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Chocolate Milk Gives Athletes Leg-up After Exercise, Says University of Texas at Austin Study

June 22, 2011

Not only does chocolate milk taste good, but two recent studies from The University of Texas at Austin show that it's also the ideal post-workout recovery drink.

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Cereal and Milk Is the New Sports Supplement, Says Study

May 14, 2009

A bowl of whole grain cereal is as good as a sports drink for recovery after exercise. Research published in BioMed Central's open access Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition has shown that the readily available and relatively inexpensive breakfast food is as effective as popular, carbohydrate-based "sports drinks."

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Recovery remains elusive for Hurricane Katrina survivors, researchers say

Aug. 18, 2008

Unnatural Disaster: Tommy and Mia, an African-American couple in their late 40s, had lived in New Orleans all their lives, working three jobs between the two of them. Life was a struggle, but they made ends meet--barely. That was before Hurricane Katrina.

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