- What’s Next? How to Make the Most of Any Job or Internship
- Overexposed: Protect yourself from the summer sun and tanning salons
- Gaining Self-Esteem
- Working Out When Away from Campus
- Women’s Health Checklist
- And much more…
- Sex: how “normal” are you?
- The 5 secrets to writing a perfect paper
- How to survive finals and the stress they bring
- Do you know the 3 components of a great exercise plan?
- Are you a high-risk drinker?
- How to help a friend in need
- Sleep: The Secret to Better Grades, Fitness, and Mental Health
- Spring Into Shape: Tips for Getting Toned
- How to Build Your Financial Future
- Making Smart Fast Food Choices
- Student Body Art: What You Need to Know About Tattoos and Piercings
- How to Check on the Health of Your Relationships
- Spring Breaks That Won’t Break the Bank
- 6 Signs That Say You Should See a Doctor Now
- How to Help a Friend (or Stranger) in Need
- Understanding and Dealing with Eating Disorders
- PLUS: Yeardley Smith, the voice of Lisa Simpson, explains why bulimia is no laughing matter
- How to Talk to Anyone
- Beat the Wintertime Blues
- Adopt the 5 Habits of Healthy People and Live Better
- Tips on Avoiding the Cyber Crime Web
- PLUS: How Cy Young Winner Zack Greinke learned to succeed in social settings
- Winter Workouts You Can Really Warm Up To
How do students keep fit in the colder winter months? Learn their secrets today. PLUS: TV’s trainer Jillian Michaels offers workout tips just for students.
- Feeling the Stress?
Stressed out about finals? Learn how to beat the 5 stresses of finals time in Student Health 101.
- Can We All Just Get Along?
Want to know how to better resolve conflicts in your life? Check out this article.
- Resolutions: Now’s the Time to Prepare for a Healthy 2010
What are other students resolving to change in 2010? And how will they get there?
- Religion and Spirituality on Campus
Learn how other students have explored their spirituality while in college and what they’ve learned from it.
And much more…
- Making the Most of Your Time on Facebook and Twitter
- Proven Ways to Put Time on Your Side
- Money Management Made Easy
- Birth Control and STIs: The Complete Guide
- Big Tobacco Wants You
- PLUS: Twilight’s Jackson Rathbone’s anti-smoking campaign
- And much more…
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As a service to our families here at UWGB, we are providing an online subscription to Student Health 101 for both your student and yourself. Student Health 101 is a monthly health and wellness magazine just for college students and their parents. Each issue contains valuable information that will help your student make better decisions while in college, and can help you with a better understanding of the health and wellness challenges that face today’s students.
Each month, we’ll post the latest issue of the Student Health 101 to the UWGB Parents Blog. Please take a few minutes to read the issues each month, as we believe that they can be a valuable resource for you and your family.
Read the September issue of Student Health 101
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This September issue has some great transition-related including:
- What Your Professors Really Expect of You
- Start a Healthy Exercise Routine Now
- Beat Stress Through Meditation
- Become Your Own Master Chef
- You Hold the Keys to Reducing Sexual Assault
- PLUS: Actress Christina Ricci Speak Out on Sexual Violence
- And much more…
Best of luck to you and your student this semester!
UW-Green Bay Parents,
Congratulations on your student’s enrollment!
We look forward to seeing your student on campus in the Fall.
To assist with the transition into college, all new students are requested to read the Back-to-School issue of Student Health 101 and complete the wellness survey within the issue.
As a UWGB parent, you are also invited to read the Parent Perspective, the parents-only edition that summarizes the topics covered in your student’s Student Health 101 issue.
Starting in September, you’ll receive an email with the latest issue of the parents-only Parent Perspective, along with the Student Health 101 issue that your student will receive. Please take a few minutes to read the issues each month, as we believe that they can be a valuable resource for you and your family.
Finally, we would like to inform you that each Student is asked to complete the e-Chug online feedback tool…ask your Student about their responses. The online tool is at www.uwgb.edu/atod.
Best of luck to you and your student this Fall!
UW-Green Bay Counseling and Health Center Staff
Contact 920-465-2380 or stop in at SS1400 to schedule an appointment with a Licensed Professional Counselor or Registered Nurse.