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Health & Wellness

  • Stress = smoking?

    IU studies find that workplace and financial stress lead to poor health choices.

  • Strength & Cardio

    Pain hasn't slowed down Bob Weith, a regular in the new Rec Sports Strength & Cardio area.

  • Omega-3 supplement

    An IU study finds that a unique omega-3 supplement can reduce exercise-induced asthma symptoms.

  • Hop on your bike

    Friday, May 17, is National Bike to Work Day.

  • Diabetes prevention

    IU faculty and staff have access to a free diabetes prevention program developed by the CDC.

  • Step into summer fitness

    At the May 22 kickoff event for Step Into Fitness, faculty and staff can get a free chair massage and pedometer, meet fitness professionals and more.

  • HIV screenings

    New screening guidelines will result in reimbursable HIV testing -- but barriers to test access may be an issue.

  • Expanding services

    The IU School of Optometry is expanding services at Atwater Center.

  • Mentoring teens

    An IU course pairs undergrad mentors with area middle-schoolers.

  • Mercury and diabetes

    Higher mercury levels in humans are associated with an increased risk for diabetes, an IU study finds.

  • 'Make Sex Normal'

    An IU sex researcher seeks to open the dialogue about sex to demonstrate how people talk about and experience sexuality.

  • Donate blood in April

    IU Bloomington faculty and staff members are urged to donate blood next month.

  • Group exercise on campus

    More than 80 group exercise sessions are included with a RecSports membership.

  • Eat right -- your way

    Photograph your meal and enter IU's second-annual National Nutrition Month competition.

  • Strength & cardio space

    Rec Sports has added 10,000 square feet of strength and cardio space between the SRSC and WIC locations.

  • Water, please

    Amy Freel, IU assistant athletic director for sport performance, shares six reasons to kick the diet soda habit.

  • Dr. Computer

    IU research shows lower costs and better outcomes through computers that can "think like a doctor."

  • Stick with it

    An IU researcher said most people who drop out of an exercise routine do so within two months.

  • Sex & condoms

    An IU study reveals sex to be pleasurable with or without use of a condom or lubricant.

  • On-campus fitness

    Learn more about the benefits of Recreational Sports membership for faculty and staff.