IU experts provide tips for minimizing stress during the holiday season

The holidays. For some, the time of year consumed by parties, family gatherings and gift-buying excursions can be seen as the best of times and the worst of times. In fact, in the last few weeks, my friends and I have already started grumbling about “figuring out the holidays” — where will we go, how […]

Ready to Move IU program pairs student health coaches with university employees

Amy Hull knows she needs to be more active. But when it comes to movement, the associate director for IU’s Office of Student Financial Assistance admits she needs a little extra encouragement to keep her on the right path. So when she heard about the Ready to Move IU program — which pairs employees with graduate […]

IU School of Public Health student creates self-examination curriculum for area schools

Samantha Ginther’s task started out simple: help the Olcott Center for Cancer Education update its breast and testicular cancer self-examination curriculum. A Master of Public Health student at the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington, Ginther originally set out to simply help the center — which taught a self-examination curriculum in area high schools — […]