In today’s media-driven world, college students are bombarded with stereotypes of the “perfect” body style, and as such it can be difficult to foster a healthy self-image.
Illinois State University wants to hear from our students, faculty, and staff about why it is important to get the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
Health Promotion and Wellness, the Student Wellness Ambassador Team (SWAT), and Students Ending Rape Culture (SERC) hosted various events throughout April in order to educate others about consent, boundaries, and other related topics in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
From classes to clinicals, the life of a nursing student is a constant balancing act. Taking care of your mental health is essential to balancing it all. It will help you become a better nurse, too.
Luke picked up a rock, rolled it around in his hand, and laid it down under a tree on the Quad.
Viewing body positive content on social media platforms can help individuals become more accepting and appreciative of their bodies.
The more a culture puts high value on extreme standards, the more extreme measures individuals are going to take to fit in.
Health Promotion and Wellness and Students Ending Rape Culture will host several events in April.
Show the students in Sober Redbirds and beyond that they are supported in their recovery journeys at Illinois State.
Eating disorders can affect anyone and it is important for treatment specialists to educate themselves on how sexuality and gender identity can play a role in eating disorder development or a negative body image in order to provide the best care possible.