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Live Long. Live Well.

Join the Live! Program Spring Challenge

Let’s bring sunshine and civility to St George! This challenge is all about making the world a kinder place for all of us. Let’s be the spark that creates a fire of caring, civility and coming together as a society. This may be our most important challenge yet!
There are different challenges in which you can participate. Some are daily, some you may do only once during the 6 weeks of the challenge. Participation is free. You can start anytime. There will be rewards for those who achieve the most points.

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List of Challenges

Cognitive Health

Keeping your brain functioning and healthy is a key component to living a long and healthy life. Learn more about ways to keep up on your cognitive health.

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Physical Health

Physical health is about more than just exercising, and is affected by many factors. Click the link below to learn more.

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Social and
Emotional Health

Emotional well-being is an important part of overall health. Actively engage in activities to improve your social and emotional health.

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Know the nutritional value of very food you eat!  Search food on the Food Compass!


ICL, UT, the City of St. George, and Intermountain Health have teamed together to develop a program called Live Long. Live Well. (Also referred to as Live!) The purpose of this program is to help people 50 and over in Washington County to maximize their health, longevity and well-being. We plan to connect members to programs that will contribute to physical, cognitive, social and emotional health, and promote longevity.

Program Developments:

Live Long. Live Well. (Live! for short) is becoming a reality. We are adding new program features as quickly as we can develop them. We launched our first co-sponsored event on June 21st, International Yoga Day. Along with our cosponsors, we provided five different yoga events at Vernon Worthen park. Over 100 people attended.

Healthy Habits Awards

The Healthy Habits group is sharing with the Live! program restaurants they have identified as offering healthy food options. Out of about 25 restaurants that applied, seven were selected by nutritionists and awarded Gold, Silver or Bronze Healthy Habits awards.
Click the link below to learn more.

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Live Long. Live Well.

Email: live@utahtech.edu