5 ways to have a safer and healthier Halloween at IU Bloomington

Post by IU Communications colleague Milana Katic: For some, Halloween weekend in a college town involves partying, which can sometimes lead to risky behavior. It’s as if putting on a costume can somehow shield us from the potential dangers of out-of-control drinking and other scary actions. However, the Indiana University Bloomington community wants to remind everyone […]

Living Learning Center provides a community dedicated to students’ wellness

Indiana University freshman Gabe Nolley grew up actively participating in an array of sports including tennis, basketball and baseball. No longer an athlete, Nolley still hopes to turn his love of sports and active lifestyle into a career in either health fitness or sports programming. So when he came to IU Bloomington from Loogootee, Ind., […]

With flu season approaching, one IU expert is encouraging everyone to get a flu shot

It’s that time of year again. Time to start thinking about ways to protect yourself against influenza, most commonly known as the flu. “Influenza is a serious disease,” said Nancy Macklin, a nurse practitioner and director of nursing at the Indiana University Health Center. “We use the term flu to talk about everything from a […]

IU researcher reflects on the first White House Bisexual Community Policy Briefing

Guest blog courtesy of Brian Dodge, associate professor at the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington and associate director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion. Sept. 21, 2015, became an unexpectedly meaningful day in my life both as a public health researcher, educator and advocate and as a bisexual man. It marked the first ever […]