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Half of all new sexually transmitted diseases are found in people aged 15-24 in the United States, according to a study by the Centers for Dis…
March is National Nutritional Month, and though there’s no one diet that is right for everyone, it’s important to follow an eating plan that keeps one’s unique lifestyle in mind.
Learning how to cook healthy snacks and meals can be beneficial. As a part of WELLWVU: The Students’ Center of Health, WVUp All Night is offering a three-hour tutorial on cooking healthier alternatives called cookWELL.
Expanding upon WELLWVU’s Green Dot program, which aims to reduce violence in communities, WVU’s Office of Wellness and Health Promotion is implementing its WELLAware initiative, a program aimed toward reducing the harmful effects and occurrences of sexual assault, stalking, bullying and dating violence.
EatWELL, a component of WELLWVU focuses on consuming at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a day. It is a part of the overall liveWELL campaign, which uses educational programs to encourage healthy lifestyle behaviors among WVU students and faculty.