Beyond the Diag - Off Campus Housing

One Minute Midterm Self-Care Practices

Stressed out during midterms? Worried about exams, papers, and projects? Check out these quick self-care tips and activities to help relieve stress during this busy time!

 

Deep Purple Glitter Jar

Sunscreen: A Win For Your Skin

Ready to exchange your heavy coats and winter gear for short sleeves and summer sunshine?  Protect your skin while enjoying the sun!

Sun shining through the trees

UHS Helps YOU Stay in the BLUE

The Stay in the Blue program was designed by University Health Services (UHS) at the University of Michigan to help students have a good time while still being safe and keeping their blood alcohol level at or below .06.

One of the ways students can Stay in the Blue is by downloading the Stay in the Blue App from Google PlayStore or Itunes. The app has a lot of great features including a BAC calculator, which allows students to enter their gender, weight, the number and types of drinks over time to calculate their blood alcohol content.

Stay in the blue phone application

Choosing Blue on a Green Day

In general, the color green on the U-M campus is strongly discouraged but there is one day that the maize and blue seems to fade into shades of green. This exception is none other than St. Patrick's Day, an Irish national holiday which has increasingly become associated with risky levels of drinking and public intoxication. Remember, wear green but stay blue!

Button for Stay In The Blue

Healthy Body Images

February 23-27, 2015 is Eating Disorder Awareness Week (EDAW) at the University of Michigan. Eating disorders—such as anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder—are serious mental and physical illnesses that can have life-threatening consequences. The goal of EDAW is to provide education and outreach opportunities on campus to increase awareness about eating disorders and body image issues for effective recognition, early intervention, and direction to care for those who are in need.

Poster for Healthy Body

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