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We all remember the food pyramid poster that hung in the school nurse’s office that depicted servings of meat, produce, grains and dairy, but fitting in those daily recommendations can be overwhelming. Fear not, there’s a simpler formula for students to follow that’s friendlier to their lifestyle yet still encourages healthy choices. Dining Halls With […]
They’re some of the most common sights across campus come fall: fellow students slouched down in their lecture hall chairs or doing their best Hunchback of Notre Dame impressions as they trod around burdened by their backpacks. When the hectic school year routine sets in, proper posture can fall by the wayside. Lugging around that […]
Ah, spring break. For one week, Badgers get to catch up on some much-needed R&R after an intense start to the spring semester. No matter where your destination—be it home or Hawaii—we at UHS are committed to making sure you leave with the best tips to get the most out of a restful break. Refuel […]
You’re over halfway there! First rounds of midterms are through, spring break is just ahead, and you’re starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. But with all that may come a growing workload, dwindling motivation, more erratic sleeping habits and heightened stress. Sound familiar to you? Try some of these tips […]
With midterms winding down and the semester nearing a close, the anticipation for Thanksgiving break surely begins to mount.
Wash your hands! You’ve probably been hearing this since you were a kid, but it’s one of the most important, and simple, ways to avoid getting sick.
When a Cough Isn’t Just a Cough Cough, Cough, COUGH. Got a cough that just won’t leave you alone? Most coughs are a symptom of an upper respiratory infection—such as a cold or the flu—and can only get better with time. However, sometimes a cough is a sign of a more serious health issue. But […]
It’s close to the end of the semester, the weather starts to get colder, and you’re feeling sick. What do you do? Go to the doctor and get some medicine, right? Well, not exactly. When we think of getting medicine, we are generally thinking of a doctor prescribing antibiotics. Antibiotics only work against bacteria, not […]