Editor's Picks

Health & Wellness

  • Sleep series part three

    IU health experts discuss how much sleep people need, from babies to adults.

  • Sleep series part two

    IU experts offer some do's and don'ts for getting a good night's rest.

  • Sleep series part one

    Not getting enough sleep can be a factor in health problems such as driving safety, diabetes and obesity.

  • Universal medicine

    Nursing students from IU Kokomo and two South Korean universities recently spent two weeks together as part of an ongoing culture and health care education exchange program.

  • Super gum

    An IUPUI institute launched a study for the military on the use of pharmaceutical-grade antiplaque chewing gum for soldiers in the field.

  • Active brains

    Exercises meant to boost mental sharpness can benefit older adults as many as 10 years after they receive cognitive training.

  • Cole Fitness Center

    IU Kokomo students studying the health sciences are using the new fitness center as a setting for real-world experiences in their fields.

  • Smarter health care

    Castlight online helps employees in IU-sponsored medical plans choose personalized medical care.

  • Open Enrollment

    Full-time academic and staff employees should submit benefit elections from Nov. 11 through Nov. 22, 2013.

  • Workplace wellness

    A new staff wellness program will support IU employees at all campuses.

  • Flu season

    Find out where to get flu shots on IU campuses starting this month.

  • Smoke-free pregnancy

    The IU School of Medicine is working with a statewide coalition promoting smoke-free pregnancy.

  • Upgraded clinic

    IU South Bend's dental hygiene clinic has a new location and updated equipment.

  • Positivity and proton therapy

    Rachel DiGregorio is being treated for brain cancer at the IU Health Proton Therapy Center.

  • Dental drive

    An IU Northwest senior is collecting dental supplies for those in need.

  • Swine safety

    The Office of Environmental Health Services offers tips for protection against the H3N2 virus, a strain of H1N1.

  • Food as Medicine

    Read about Food as Medicine, a clinical training program coming to Indianapolis June 6 to 9.

  • Side effects

    New research shows that some medications commonly taken by older adults can cause cognitive impairment.

  • Mythological inspiration

    Surgeon Susan Clare is pursuing research inspired by Greek mythology to vanquish breast cancer metastasized to the brain.

  • Obesity on the brain

    IU neuroscientists have helped identify a cellular change in the brain that accompanies obesity.