Fit-ting it in

Students worry about exams and tuition, but we also care about weight gain. Most college students will gain about three to 10 pounds, also called the "Freshman 15," in their first two years of college, according to the kidshealth.org article, "Beating the Freshman 15."


Win prizes for sharing your fitness goals

Ready to commit to your fitness goals? If you've made health and fitness New Year's resolutions, you might want to swing by the Wellness Center....

Shedding “The Freshman 15”

Trent Ostrom CONTRIBUTOR For many students entering college, “The Freshman 15” is something they likely experience. While this is an unfortunate situation, there is still the...

Fuel up like Team USA

(Family Features) U.S. Olympic athletes know what it takes to build a champion: a lifetime of determination and training, countless competitions and...

The Malleable Body

Ages ago, the atoms that make up your body at this very moment were born through nuclear fusion in the cores of stars.  As the saying goes, you're nothing more than stardust.


Preparing for Battle Against Influenza

As summer fades into fall, it brings with it a new semester, football, pumpkin spice latte, your favorite sweater and your long neglected fuzzy boots.  It also ushers in the beginning of flu season.


Goodnight, Smartphone: Powering down before bed for a good night’s rest

(Family Features) Checking email or flipping through channels instead of sleeping? Playing video games or browsing social media in bed? If you want to...

Tricks for tackling food cravings

(Family Features) If your diet’s been derailed by a sudden desire for chips or hankering for a hamburger, you’re not alone. According...