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How to Establish Bedtime Routine for Kids

Better sleep leads to improvements in health, well-being, and academic achievement. Regular schedules and bedtime routines create good sleep habits that set kids up for a good night’s rest. Help students establish a healthy bedtime routine with resources for elementary students and a version for middle and high school students! Looking for ways to improve sleep? Click […]

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Requirements by Blood Donation Type

To ensure the safety of both patients and donors, these are some of the requirements donors must meet to be eligible to donate blood based on their donation type. To explore a list of eligibility information, Search by Keyword or Browse All. Original source: https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/how-to-donate/eligibility-requirements.html

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Keep stress in check for a healthier heart

Chronic stress, whether it stems from juggling work and life responsibilities, relationship issues or another source, not only harms your mental well-being but can also cause physical changes that can increase your blood cholesterol and blood pressure, key risk factors for heart disease. Experiencing chronic stress can also lead to unhealthy coping behaviors that can […]

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Prepare healthy meals on a budget during National Nutrition Month

Preparing tasty, nutritious meals on a budget isn’t difficult. That was the lesson this month for a cooking class on campus aimed at teaching students how to prepare a variety of wholesome dishes using affordable and simple ingredients. As part of National Nutrition Month in March, the Student Nutrition Association, in partnership with the Department […]

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