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3 tips for better mental health in 2022

Whether 2021 represented a return to normal or another difficult year for you, here are some tips you can use to improve your mental health going into 2022.

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4 things you can do if you’re feeling lonely or homesick

Whether you're returning to campus or just starting out at CU Boulder, adjusting to a new schedule and new semester can be challenging. Here are some helpful tips that can help you feel better.

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6 summer travel tips

As COVID-19 restrictions ease and more people become vaccinated, you may have summer travel plans on your mind. Here are 5 tips to help keep yourself and others safe while traveling.

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How to stay healthy and what to do if you get sick

Campus life brings us together. It can also create opportunities for illnesses to spread. Here are some ways to stay healthy and tips on what to do if you feel sick.

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Tips for celebrating the holidays away from home

For many of us, this year has felt isolating. If you aren't able to celebrate the holidays with your friends or family, here are a few ideas to help you ring in the holidays away from home.

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5 things you can do if you’re feeling overwhelmed by social media or the news

With so much going on in the world around us, it can be tempting to give in to endless scrolling on social media. Here are five things you can do to take control of your feeds and improve your well-being online.

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4 things to know about exercising after COVID-19

Exercising while you are sick with COVID-19 or immediately after you’ve recovered can be harmful and potentially dangerous. Dr. John Breck, lead physician at Medical Services, encourages all university members to review the following information if you plan on exercising after you are COVID-free.

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5 tips for finding things to look forward to

If you’re feeling stuck in a pandemic slump, you’re not alone. 2020 has been a rough year, and it can be hard to break away from the monotony of all things virtual. Here are 5 tips you can try to find things to look forward to.

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Tips and tricks for your finances, mental health, productivity and more

The Health and Wellness Summit officially kicked off yesterday! If you missed yesterday’s presentations, slides will be available on the Summit Schedule page . Here are a few highlights from some of yesterday’s sessions: Financial Resilience: Bouncing Back from Financial Hardships Presenter: Carissa Krug, Medical Services Whether you’ve had a...

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3 things you can do to prepare for flu season

Preparing for flu season has never been more important. Coupled with the current COVID-19 pandemic, the flu season poses significant risks to students and our community. Take precaution this fall by following these tips: #1 Get a flu shot The flu vaccine is proven to be the most effective way...