Explore the benefits of being a breastfeeding mother and how to successfully return to campus as a breastfeeding mother.
Male-identified individuals have been traditionally underrepresented in research regarding eating disorders and body image which is part of the reason behind various barriers men face to receiving proper assessment and treatment.
Partake in the benefits massage can offer you, such as reducing stress, pain, muscle soreness, and tension while increasing relaxation, and improving circulation, energy, and alertness.
The Lifestyle Enhancement program is just one way Health Promotion and Wellness supports the well-being of staff and faculty!
Join Event Management, Dining, and Hospitality and Health Promotion and Wellness for Nutri-Fest on Wednesday, April 20 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Bone Student Center Circus Room.
Student Health Services and the Illinois State University Police Department will host Illinois State’s first Drug Takeback Day on Saturday, April 30 from 10 a.m.– 2 p.m. in the front circle drive of Thomas Metcalf School, 107 S. University Street (one block south of the Bone Student Center).
Despite unnormal circumstances due to COVID-19, Jason Rudolph has made the most of his college experience
Vocational wellness is the ability to achieve personal satisfaction and fulfillment from our work whether that be academic work while in college or a job after graduation.
Join us in celebrating the diverse pathways that make up recovery.
Health Promotion and Wellness will host Nutri-Fest 2022 where foods from different cultures from around the globe will be highlighted.