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Staying Well in Winter Weather

Now that school’s back in session and there’s less time for rest and relaxation, it can be easy to let your health fall by the wayside while you focus on everything from classes to your social life. Check out these ideas for some reminders on how to take care of YOU this semester!

People selecting fruits and vegetables at the Farmer's Market

Stress Relief Craft Break

Are the stresses of finals getting you down this winter? Need a break from your studies without hazarding the snow? Here are a few fun crafts and treats to help you chill out while keeping away from the cold!

Paper snowflake

Self-Care for Managing Election Stress

Today is about finding connection with the people who share our joy, relief, and optimism, OR our grief, rage, and heartbreak. In the midst of such division, we desperately need to know we’re not alone and that we will continue to fight together for what we believe in. - Brené Brown

Three students with "Stop Think" shirts

A Quick Guide to Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder, a type of depression that is related to the amount of daylight you are exposed to, is common at the University of Michigan due to long, cold, and grey skied winters. Know the symptoms and the resources available to you on campus!

Scenic view off-campus, full of trees.

Staying Cool and Collected

The University of Michigan academic year can be stressful and midterms only add to that stress. Read on about ideas that may help you destress with a new semester and the upcoming exams on the horizon!

Students at UM petting a therapy dog.

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