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Health & Wellness

  • Healthy choices

    IU dietitian Elin Grimes helps employees maintain healthful eating habits through nutritional counseling.

  • Giving back

    IU alumna Patricia Fehl has paid tribute to education and public health through a $3.4 million donation.

  • Will this winter ever end?

    The first official day of spring is March 20. Read tips on beating the winter blues.

  • Healthy, active children

    A study by IU researchers shows school-based childhood obesity prevention programs help reduce the percentages of overweight children.

  • Step Into 2014

    Get healthy and win prizes -- including athletics tickets and Fitbit activity monitors -- through IU's spring fitness initiative.

  • Lock up your meds

    "We don't like to think of guests rifling through our medicine chests, but it is a possibility," says an IU expert.

  • Parent, toddler connection

    A new IU study analyzes coordination of joint attention through one-year-olds and their parents.

  • Healthy food access

    An IUPUI study examined the health impact of developing a grocery store in a low-income urban neighborhood on the east side of Indianapolis.

  • Saving Sight Indiana

    A new endowment will enable the IU School of Optometry to continue serving the uninsured.

  • Making strides

    "I have so much more energy," said Linda Kern, a participant in the campus Diabetes Prevention Program.

  • ADHD screening tool

    A system developed by Regenstrief and IU makes ADHD diagnosis more accurate.

  • Adjust your work space

    IU employees can sign up for one of three workspace ergonomics training sessions.

  • On-campus massage

    Enter to win a 45-minute massage at the IU Health Center.

  • Drug trends course online

    An IU center is offering free, online courses to educate parents and others about drug trends.

  • Healthier, happier

    IU employee Rob Aspy lost five pants sizes through a campus diabetes prevention program.

  • Alternative medicine

    In her new book, an IU professor tells the story behind the mainstremaing of complementary and alternative medicine.

  • Canning summer produce

    Healthy IU offers tips on canning summer produce.

  • Are you an addict?

    Cell phones can interfere in the lives of those who feel anxious about turning them off.

  • Targeting cancer

    IU chemists' work will aid drug design to target cancer and inflammatory disease.

  • Smoking kills

    David J. Orentlicher, a professor at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, argues that courts are putting the public's health at risk by enforcing the First Amendment.