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STRESS: How Do You Handle It?

You say it’s just a part of life at the University of Michigan. You talk about the stress of balancing multiple priorities and struggling to find time to take a break. Sometimes you may even worry that there’s something wrong with you if you’re not stressed out. And while there are stressful aspects of the college experience and ones we can’t always control, what you can control is how you respond to stress.

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How to Stay a Lean, Mean, Wolverine

Since the end of November, us Wolverines have waged a ferocious battle against negative temperatures, painful arctic winds, slushy and snowy sidewalks, and have fallen victim at least once to a patch of black ice. With the arrival of April, we can see the light at the end of the frozen tunnel: the sun. Since many of us have not seen the sun for what seems like an eternity, it is easy to see how soaking in as many rays as we can by the pool won’t necessarily promote an active summer.


Moving Past Exercise Barriers

We oftentimes have the best intentions, but somehow we find excuses or reasons for not starting or sticking with a physical activity program. Research indicates that exercise is important for weight management and helping with the control of blood pressure, diabetes and other diseases. Regular physical activity helps us sleep better and, because we get stronger and more flexible, it makes it easier to do everyday tasks. If we really thought about it, we feel good after exercising.

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Defeating Cold & Flu Season

As we finally begin to get in the swing of things here on campus, the last thing we all need to juggle with our busy schedule and hectic lives is getting sick. Here are some tips and tricks to avoid flu season this year.

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Campus Safety Tip: Frostbite

Frostbite is the most common injury that occurs from being outside in the severe cold.

 

If you believe you may have frostbite seek immediate medical attention. For more information about how to prevent and treat frostbite, click here!

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