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Health & Wellness

  • Healthy habits

    IU Kokomo culinary classes teach students, staff and faculty how to indulge their sweet tooth with good-for-you desserts.

  • Community stewards

    Dental students at IU Northwest will educate local schools on oral health for National Children’s Dental Health Month.

  • Did you know?

    Full-time staff and faculty and their spouses are eligible for a free on-campus health screening, and there's a cash bonus for participating.

  • Battling the elements

    Whether it's an ice storm or below zero temperatures, prepare for dangerous winter weather with these tips.

  • Starting anew

    Healthy IU's Samantha Schaefer offers tips on how to set resolutions that are safe, achievable and measurable.

  • A healthy helping

    Keep your holiday gatherings safe from foodborne illness this season with these tips.

  • Fulfilling promises

    Jerry Fivecoate, commander of the state's Disabled American Veterans and an IU Kokomo staff member, empowers former soldiers.

  • Forward motion

    Michael Prater of IU South Bend did more than improve his eating habits -- he changed his entire lifestyle with help from Healthy IU.

  • Sleep walk

    Nearly 700 employees and students from across several of IU's campuses came together to raise awareness for sleep health.

  • Team effort

    IU has achieved the highest level of recognition possible from the Wellness Council of Indiana for its universitywide workplace program offerings.

  • Fighting back

    A research team in the IU School of Medicine will move forward with bacteria studies thanks to a $1.5 million grant.

  • Problem solved

    The new project by the Regenstrief Center for Biomedical Informatics will help assemble health information from different electronic medical records.

  • Gaining strength

    Diane Wagner of IUPUI was recently awarded $1.3 to evaluate a new method of preventing osteoarthritis.

  • Sponsoring progress

    The children of Sidney and Lois Eskenazi have made a generous donation to the IU School of Medicine for cancer research.

  • 'Feel Great IU!'

    With the help of a Healthy IU challenge, employees across multiple campuses shed over 10,000 pounds.

  • Shedding light

    "Our colleagues in France, who are excellent biological oceanographers, were intrigued by the molecular aspects of chromatic acclimation," said molecular biologist David Kehoe.

  • 'Yes, and'

    An improv camp for teens on the autism spectrum and others is expanding to a second week in Indianapolis.

  • Vessel for progress

    New licensing obtained by the IU School of Medicine may enable researchers to help patients with arterial damage avoid amputation.

  • Staying well

    Learn about a health screening incentive for full-time staff and faculty.

  • Fit-friendly workplace

    For the first time in its history, IU was recognized by the American Heart Association for going above and beyond when it comes to employees’ health.