Repeated concussions can have dire consequences for players’ physical and mental health.
The flu shot carries one of the highest rates of misconception of all the major vaccines, and this year staying healthy could mean staying informed
Jessica Primavera outlines how to recognize the signs of a stroke, which can potentially save someone’s life.
Farmers’ markets are fun, delicious and environmentally friendly alternatives to indoor grocery store chains.
Save money on beauty products by using these common foods for DIY face and hair masks.
Make these small changes in your sleep schedule and diet for a better end to the semester.
The RSO organizes multiple volunteer opportunities to feed and educate UMass and the town of Amherst.
Create a nutrition-packed green smoothie with ingredients already in your fridge.
The $7 increase to the semesterly health fee would aid in the hiring of new staff for the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health.
From moderation to vegetables to self-love, these simple changes will lead to a happier, healthier lifestyle.
Practicing breathing techniques like Sama Vritti and Nadi Shadhona will calm your body and mind.
Five students from the University attended a conference at Bard College over Presidents’ Day weekend to discuss the campaign.
Relatively inexpensive, humidifiers can help students tackle seasonal issues like chapped skin and the common cold.
Karen Podorefsky thinks the gluten-free craze may help people justify dieting and healthier habits to society and themselves.
What constitutes a healthy snack? Knowing what to choose can keep you full longer, helping to avoid mindless snacking and packing on pounds.
How to keep the promise you made to yourself to live better.
Excessive exposure to technology could be having a negative effect on your eyes.
Columnist Kate Leddy discusses her thoughts on meditation and how she learned to incorporate it in her life.
Bright Spot Therapy Dogs came to campus Wednesday for the ‘Paws Program’, an event sponsored by the Center for Health Promotion.
You may be handling your stress wrong. You may be stressed and not even realize it.
Read more about stress and college life.