Celebrate Heart Month in February by learning more about symptoms of heart disease—and how you can prevent it.
Many of us enter January 1 motivated and determined to make changes.
The start of each new year usually brings a fresh desire to try something new, stay consistent with a habit, or resolve to do something differently.
With all that has gone on in 2020, taking care of ourselves is paramount. Learn how creative writing can benefit your wellness and learn about Milner’s creative writing contest.
When we think about intellectual wellness, what often comes to mind may be academic performance or IQ scores.
Having a solid social support system is associated with positive health benefits, such as a strengthened immune system and cardiovascular functioning.
Between the Amazon catching fire at a rapid rate in the past year, 91% of plastic not being recycled, and the average American producing 1,600 pounds of garbage a year, there is a massive dilemma that we are all involved in.
Spiritual wellness involves developing an inner connection and harmony between yourself and all the wonders of the universe.
The Eight at State initiative defines intellectual wellness as a process of being involved with lifelong learning through your formal education and informal life experiences.
Reggie Redbird invites students to have fun before the big game on October 26 at his Homecoming Tailgate, starting at 11:30 a.m. Students and guests can enjoy free food, live music, yard games, a photo booth, and prizes.