What do basketball, curling, broomball, inner tube water polo, tennis and soccer have in common? They're just a few of the intramural sports on campus. Join to meet people, blow off steam, get in a workout, build new skills and more.
With the academic year in full swing, many of us find ourselves juggling schoolwork, social lives and work. During this higher-stress time, finding a balance is key to managing our physical and emotional health.
Viruses like the flu can last 7 to 10 days, meaning symptoms like a stuffy nose, body aches, fatigue and a sore throat stick around. Since antibiotics typically don't work for viruses, it's all about staying as healthy as possible.
After enough late nights and early mornings, feeling sleepy can seem like part of the college experience. But restful sleep is vital to overall health, so how can you get your sleep cycle under control?
We've all heard breakfast is the most important meal, but what does that mean when it comes to how our brains function throughout the day? Learn more about how eating breakfast can improve brain function.
From cold care to mental health and minor injuries, Health and Wellness Services is here to keep you healthy and back on track when you are not feeling well, so you can make the most of your time here at CU.