Emily Bouse

Emily is a rising senior at Michigan State University earning a degree in Advertising Management with a specialization in Public Relations. She has a passion for being active and enjoys dancing, running and yoga. Emily also loves to travel, but says Michigan is her favorite place to come home to.

Expanded Building Healthy Communities program to fight childhood obesity in 28 Michigan schools this fall

One in three children in the nation is obese or overweight, and the rate of childhood obesity has tripled in just 30 years. Frightening statistics like these…


Why It’s Okay to Schedule Time to Rest

Find out why it's important to slow down sometimes.

Food and Recipes

A healthier Michigan starts with eating our veggies

According to a study commissioned by the Centers for Disease Control, the average Michigander eats about 1.6 vegetables a day. In comparison…

Food and Recipes

In a hurry? This frittata only takes 20 minutes from pan to fork

Let’s face it, eating healthy can be hard sometimes. You come home late from work, or school or the gym and you don’t feel like making something good to eat.


Is it time to retire your favorite pair of shoes?

Whether you are an avid runner, dedicated walker or find yourself standing for consecutive hours, you need the right shoes. Feet that are happy and comfortable…

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