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Physical Health

What does it mean to be physically healthy? Being sufficiently healthy to be able to carry out the important tasks in life now and into the future. We have many resources for you to help on your journey to physical health.

Exercise & Sleep

ATTAIN*: Helping Students achieve personalized goals and actions.

Workouts for College Students: Find out how you can fit exercise into your busy schedule.

Sleep Tips for College Students: Between classes, finals, and campus life it can be hard to get a good nights sleep. We have tips that can help.

Eating Healthy

Food Insecurity: If you or someone you know struggles with food insecurity we can help connect you with resources.

Obesity: Understanding obesity and tips to make a change.

Fiber and Nutrition: Learn more about easy ways to tweak your diet to add additional nutrition.

Reading Food Labels: Learn how to read food labels to ensure you know what you are really eating.

Understanding Food Labels: Learn how to understand what food labels mean & how to maximize your nutrition.

Sexual Health

Making Decisions About Sex: Take charge of your sexual health and make the right decisions for you.

Get Yourself Tested (GYT): Be proactive with your sexual health and get tested for STIs and HIV.

Smoking and Vaping

Stop Smoking: The HALT method for smoking cessation.

Quitting Vaping: Find out how you can quit when you are ready.

*Not available on all plans, please consult your school’s page and click on “View Your Insurance Plan Details” link

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