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Health & Wellness

  • Finding solutions

    The Kay Yow Cancer Fund has awarded a $100,000 women's cancer research grant to the IU Simon Cancer Center.

  • 'The top of your game'

    Healthy IU dietitian Steven Lalevich will host an online session focusing on men's health.

  • Stick with it

    Read about how to navigate the overwhelming process of making simple, long-term diet improvements

  • Kick the habit

    Thinking about quitting smoking? Learn tips for success and how IU can help.

  • 'Feel Great IU'

    Find out how to join a challenge aimed at helping employees lose or maintain their desired weight.

  • Climb IU

    More than 1,600 IU employees took part in a recent stair-climb challenge, climbing more than 400,000 flights.

  • Senior academy

    A new IUPUI program helps disadvantaged students graduate from a health-professions program.

  • Breast cancer awareness

    After a routine breast self-exam saved an IU Kokomo professor's life, she is urging others to be vigilant about their health.

  • New training

    A new module aims to help IU faculty and instructors learn about their role in making courses accessible to students with disabilities.

  • Raising awareness

    Campus walks are part of World Heart Day celebrations across the university.

  • Cultivating connections

    Learn how IU East students and staff are partnering with elders with dementia to produce works of abstract art.

  • Good for you

    An IUPUI researcher is using a $465,000 NIH grant to create exercises to help patients with high blood pressure.

  • Back to school

    IU experts share healthy habits students -- and parents -- can adopt for a successful school year.

  • 'Bike IUPUI'

    A new campus initiative includes the addition of bicycle parking at IUPUI, bringing the number of available spaces to 1,565 by fall.

  • New 'hero'

    A Herron student's design is the new safety mascot for the Department of Pediatrics at the IU School of Medicine.

  • Beautiful future

    Fruit trees planted on the Bloomington campus mark the start of a partnership to grow food and produce environmental benefits.

  • Back in action

    IU Kokomo's campus gander is back with his mate after a short stay in a wildlife rehabilitation facility.

  • Workplace checkup

    Now is your chance to weigh in on ways to help create a healthier IU.

  • Music therapy

    Music has the ability to improve treatment and palliative care and to foster better communication for cancer patients and their families.

  • Stepping up

    Find out how Wells Library stacks manager Becca Niles managed to rack up the most steps of any Climb IU challenge participant.