Editor's Picks

Health & Wellness

  • Pre-exercise supplement

    An IU study has revealed that there may be a greater connection between mussels and muscles than previously thought.

  • Telemedicine

    An upcoming conference, hosted by the IU Kelley School of Business, will look at the implications and economic opportunities of mobile health care.

  • Eye-opening research

    Two IU professors of optometry will use a $1.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to advance innovations made in new treatments for glaucoma.

  • Ommmm

    IU faculty and staff will have the opportunity to learn more about meditation during an upcoming on-campus program.

  • Eye-opening experience

    "I have the tools for living a truly healthy lifestyle," employee Misty Cummings said of participating in IU's diabetes prevention program.

  • Age-friendly communities

    The Center on Aging and Community has received a Pfizer Foundation grant to support grant to support the growing number of seniors in Indiana.

  • Brain study

    IU researchers will use a $275,000 grant to study the effects of marijuana on brain connectivity.

  • Top prize

    Anagin, a company launched by two IU scientists, recently emerged as winner of the BioCrossroads venture competition.

  • Health fair

    The 42nd annual Health Fair takes place 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 9 in the IMU Alumni Hall.

  • Mindful meditation

    Unwind and unplug during the workday at weekly stress-relief sessions at the Indiana Memorial Union.

  • Blazing a trail

    Healthy IU has mapped out four of the most beautiful and functional walking paths on campus.

  • Rx for convenience

    Did you know staff and faculty can now fill prescriptions at the IU Health Center Pharmacy?

  • Genetic sensitivity

    An Indiana University study focusing on substance abuse found that a three-way interplay of gender, genetics and social integration produced different outcomes for men and women.

  • Health crisis

    The Ebola outbreak in Liberia illustrates the importance of an IU initiative to strengthen the country's public health efforts.

  • Beat the heat

    IU health experts share tips for avoiding dehydration during the hot summer months.

  • Walk this way

    Stay motivated for activity this summer through the free Step Into Fitness program from Rec Sports.

  • Pool pass giveaway

    Enter to win a family season pass to the IU Outdoor Pool, which kicks off the season with an open house May 23.

  • Public health opportunitiy

    An IU study found a spike in research on pancreatic cancer following the 2011 death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

  • IU experts comment

    The Affordable Care Act deadline has passed -- now what?

  • Learn Over Lunch

    Through a new weekly education series, IU employees are learning about work-station stretches and other health topics.