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Laughter is the Best Medicine

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Sometimes self care is taking the time to laugh, play, and have fun!

Return-to-Work Anxiety Management

Anxiety Management

Returning to in-person work may present some difficulties for ma

Less Screentime, Get Active (Part Two)

Active

Summer is a great time for children to increase their physical activity since they are out of school - and we can join them.

Did you know? Being active has a multitude of benefits – physically, mentally and socially.

Some exercise benefits for childen:

Less Screentime, Get Active!

Get Active

It is easy for children (and adults) to get too comfortable with

Vaccines: Some Facts

Vaccines

Vaccines provide immunity to particular infectious diseases.

8 Dimensions of Wellness

Dimensions of Wellness

Wellness is a holistic connection of mind, body, and spirit. It is an interconnection of eight dimensions including but not limited to the physical and mental. Problems in one dimension can impact the other dimensions.  For example, your occupational wellness can impact your mental health.

5 Heart Attack Symptoms Men Should Not Ignore

Heart Attack Symptoms

It is important to talk to your doctor any time you think you might be experiencing mild to severe symptoms of a health condition. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, causing 1 in 4 deaths. What is a heart attack?

Stuck in a Food Rut?

Food Rut

It is easy to get into a food rut during situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re like most people, you’re making fewer trips to the grocery store and spending less time cooking recipes. Put some fun in your food choices in order to motivate yourself and change your routine.

BluMine Health Closed

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Due to weather conditions, all BluMine Clinic locations will be closed today. Please stay safe and warm!

Wear Red Day

Brandie Fawbush and Carsen Bryant

The first Friday in February is National Wear Red Day. Employees across the University wear red to raise awareness for heart disease and stroke, two of the leading causes of death for women. 

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