Whether you have papers, presentations or exams coming up, finals are demanding on our minds and bodies. Eating healthy snacks and staying physically active can help us improve our retention of information, energy levels, concentration and mental health. Here are some great snack and activity ideas to keep you fueled,...
Sleep is vital to overall health—research shows that getting 7-9 hours of restful sleep every night makes a world of difference for cognitive functioning, mood, metabolism, memory, immune system and more. So how can we get our sleep cycle back under control?
Traumatic events happen every day, and the CU Boulder community is not exempt. The way we respond to survivors matters, often influencing their decisions to seek out further help and affecting the healing process.
Starting the new school year at CU comes with new classes, friends, activities, relationships and more. As exciting as this all is, it can also become overwhelming and you can feel weighed down by your own expectation to do it all.
Eating disorders can be hard to talk about. They can be even harder to talk about when you’re concerned about a friend. Starting the conversation and connecting a friend to resources is important in getting them the help need.
Being in college can be a whirlwind of new classes, internships, friends, relationships, activities and more. As exciting as this all is, it can also become overwhelming and we can feel trapped by the weight of our own expectations.
Viruses such as the flu and common cold can last 7–10 days, meaning symptoms like a stuffy nose, body aches, fatigue and a sore throat stick around for a while. Since antibiotics typically don’t work for viruses, it’s all about staying as healthy as possible.