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3 things to know about practicing gratitude

What exactly does it mean to be grateful? Here are some benefits and tips to help you practice gratitude and lead a grateful life.

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Mental health: 3 tips for supporting yourself, colleagues and students

Personal circumstances, mental health conditions and other stressors can impact our mental health. Learn how you can best support yourself, your coworkers and your students.

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5 new employee wellness programs to check out

Health and Wellness Services has launched a number of new programs and services for employees. Check out all the programs that are available this spring.

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Check out free wellness workshops and groups for staff and faculty

The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) is offering free wellness workshops and groups for all CU Boulder staff and faculty throughout the spring. Check out what they have to offer this semester!

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12 months later: Healing from the embers of the Marshall Fire

The one-year anniversary of the Marshall Fire may bring up strong reminders or memories. Professional counselor Stanley Ly gives advice on what to do about anniversary reactions, helping children cope and more.

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5 ways to make self-care easier over winter break

While students are on break, it can still be a stressful time for staff and faculty. Here are some simplified self-care tips that can help you take care of yourself this winter.

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9 wellness activities on campus for staff and faculty

Health and Wellness Services transitioned from the Division of Student Affairs to Strategic Resources and Support. Check out a few of the wellness activities available to staff and faculty on campus.

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7 things to know about vaping

While vaping can serve as an alternative to cigarette smoking, it still poses a number of inherent risks, especially for young adults. Here are 7 things you should know if you choose to vape.

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3 things to know about fentanyl and how to talk to your student

As Colorado continues to see an increase in fentanyl overdoses, it’s important for parents and families to understand the potential impacts of fentanyl. Here are some tips for starting a conversation with your student.

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4 things families should know about hazing

Sometimes, in our student’s efforts to make fast friends or join a particular group, they can find themselves in uncomfortable or dangerous situations. Here are a few things to know about hazing.

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