Going back to college for the new semester or just admitted? It’s time to stress about studies, expenses, as well as your health. Just like you have to take an exam for studies, similarly you have to practice mindfulness for staying healthy during college.
Tweet Once you wake up in the wee hours of the morning, the next time you’ll rest is deep in the night. A sedentary lifestyle comes in when we don’t
Inertia — it is that feeling you get when you just don’t want to do much of anything. Some people call it the “blahs” others describe it as a “blue funk” as if a color can adequately those feelings. Then again, if you are in a dark mood, then you know what I am talking about.
You need to take good care of yourself! That statement may be obvious to most people, but it has a certain urgency for college students. After all, if you miss too many classes because of health problems you may find it difficult to keep pace for the semester.
Its back: stories about the Freshman 15, what some contend is the average weight gain for first-year college students. Fortunately, most people realize that the term “Freshman 15” is erroneous as college students typically gain much less weight during their first year away from home.
Tweet That move, believed to be the first of its kind in the nation, has come under fire from the ACLU which filed a federal class action last Wednesday alleging
Tweet By Jessica Bosari One 2004 Cornell University study found that the average freshman gained 4.2 pounds in the first semester of classes alone.1 Late night eating, binges on greasy
Tweet By Gary Kohler Some college students are blessed with a metabolism that allows them to eat and drink anything they want at any time. Others are able to drink