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We at Get Up and Do Something are dedicated to motivating you to be active, healthy, happy, and stress-free. Visiting Get Up and Do Something is a great way to help you exercise, eat healthier, de-stress, lose a few pounds, or just learn some really cool things.  Be sure to bookmark us, become a Facebook fan, or share us with your family and friends.  Return often for your daily dose of positive, fun, motivational and inspirational health information.  Have any tips or ideas?  Be sure to send them to us using the contact information below.  We really enjoy hearing from you.

The campaign is sponsored by the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services Division of Public Health under the direction of Dr. Michael Peterson, professor and chair of the Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition at the University of Delaware. Since the program’s inception, graduate students seeking their masters of science in health promotion at the University of Delaware have been involved in managing the Get Up and Do Something website. Additionally, the campaign is partnered with several organizations, which are listed on our Partners page. In accordance with the mission and goals set forth by the Delaware Coalition for Healthy Eating and Active Living, the campaign aims to increase regular physical activity and improve the nutritional health of Delawareans.

Contact Information

Email: info.guads@gmail.com

Phone: (302) 831-6176

Address: Get Up and Do Something

Attention: Dr. Michael Peterson

025 Carpenter Sports Building

University of Delaware

Newark, DE 19716

 

One comment

  1. I work for the Nevada Division of Public & Behavioral Health, Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Section. In my review of programs to increase physical activity in adolescents, GUARDS was noted as having social marketing materials (brochures, blogs, website content, tweets, etc.) inclusive of healthy lifestyle messages. I was excited to learn of the program and would like additional information how we can use your campaigns focused on improving the health of adolescents.

    Please inform me how we can learn more about the promotional campaign in Delaware – as I could not access it on the website.

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