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Health & Wellness

  • Ergonomics adjustments

    Learn about a range of university self-help and in-person resources that can help fine-tune your work environment.

  • Cancer care

    The Lilly Foundation announced it will commit $1 million to support AMPATH's new oncology center in Kenya.

  • Outsmarting outbreaks

    An IU expert says Indiana has a better chance than many states of avoiding the spread of measles and other vaccine-preventable illnesses.

  • Wellness 101

    Employees can choose from a variety of online classes aimed at improving sleep habits, anxiety and more through Healthy IU.

  • 'Cada momento es precioso'

    Students from IU East and IU Southeast spent their fall break helping provide clean drinking water to people in the Dominican Republic.

  • Workplace wellness

    Sticking to a healthy diet or exercise routine can be difficult, especially during the holidays, but coworkers can help motivate one another.

  • Stay on track

    Don't let winter slow you down. Seven IU campuses offer free access to indoor tracks so employees can keep warm while walking indoors.

  • Going places

    Walking workstations can improve physical and mental health during the workday, an IUPUI study found.

  • Healing through yoga

    IUPUI researcher Kristine Miller is helping implement a yoga program for people with brain injuries.

  • Remaining alert

    IU's international ties call for awareness of Ebola, both locally and on a broader scale.

  • On call

    A nurse is always available to answer health questions from IU employees who call the 24-Hour Nurse Line.

  • Walk the line

    An IU study has found that walking breaks can reverse the negative effects of prolonged sitting.

  • Campus closure

    The IU Health Proton Therapy Center and the IU Cyclotron are expected to close no later than Jan. 1, 2015.

  • Drug discoveries

    An IUPUI chemist is the recipient of a five-year, $600,000 award from the National Science Foundation.

  • Expanding care

    IUSM-Terre Haute has opened a free, collaborative student outreach clinic aimed at expanding access to basic medical screenings for underserved and underinsured patients.

  • YES-Ghana

    Sixteen Ghanian athletics personnel recently traveled to IU to learn how to use sports to teach youth about a broad range of health topics.

  • Unique opportunity

    A Gary, Ind., high school student will participate in the 2014 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at IUSM-Northwest.

  • Fake-out success

    IU researchers say a little deception caused cyclists to up their performance even after they realized they had been tricked.

  • Chuckstrong

    Raising money for cancer

    The Chuckstrong Tailgate Gala, hosted by the Indianapolis Colts, raised $632,000 for the IU Simon Cancer Center.

  • Trendy trackers

    IU health experts weigh in on the effectiveness of personal fitness trackers.