Health / Nutrition Articles
Recently, the American College Health Association (ACHA) published the results of their National College Health Assessment. The report revealed that 91.7% of students felt their state of health was good, very ...
Fastweb isn't just counting down to the New Year--we're counting down the top 10 New Year's resolutions on college campuses for 2011. Did your resolution make the list? 10. Become Better ...
Don't spend more time in the campus health clinic than in the classroom this school year. Avoid these common campus health mistakes. 1. Not washing your hands enough - With so ...
Cooking is probably the last thing on your mind. But before you dial the corner pizza place or trudge down the hill to the dining hall, consider how cooking for yourself ...
You may need to embellish just a little with some politically correct answers because you’d never want to offend or disappoint great aunt Gertrude.
While there is some value in getting shuteye, there’s only so much rest necessary and, to be fair, you do have other, much more important things to do.
As long as college students are happy and healthy, what does it matter if they gain a little bit of weight?
Yes, many college students, like you, are technically homeless.
Just what is the best way to refresh your brain while also remaining sharp for the spring term?
Resolutions following these guidelines will actually start to make you feel happier, healthier and, unbelievably, life will seem sunnier even on the gloomiest of days.
These scientifically-backed reasons prove that just a little more sleep can have a positive impact on your student life.
Stress may be a part of our everyday lives, but that doesn’t mean it’s unmanageable.
Falling asleep in class? It's not laziness; it's biology.
Once you become a morning person, you'll feel ready to conquer all day, every day.
Get the facts for Alcohol Awareness Month.
Many of these snacks are accessible in college meal programs - or anywhere else, for that matter.
Students are among the most sleep-deprived people in the United States.
Every high school senior experiences it at some point or another: the senioritis slump.
What if “Spot” could be your new study buddy?
Why not create a study game so you can have a little fun in the meantime?