The start of a new school year can be exciting with more people on campus, new jobs, new classes, new relationships, but it can also be stressful. This school year, you can try to prevent stress by setting yourself up for success before the semester starts. Here are some tips to prevent the school year from becoming stressful.
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That which benefits the mind also benefits the body. Practicing gratitude on a daily basis leads to mental health, as well as physical health. Here are three steps to growing your gratitude.
Summer is often seen as the best time of the year; however, for a person with anxiety, the summer can become stressful and overwhelming. Here are some tips to make summer more enjoyable for those who tend to feel overwhelmed by all that summer has to offer.
Exercise is good for your health. You don’t need a doctor to tell to you this, and you don’t need a personal trainer to gain the benefits
Two associate professors in occupational therapy were recognized for their excellence in research, education and service.
The Adult Development and Aging Project (ADAPT) research team is currently looking for participants to be a part of a new clinical trial based on a recent successful pilot program.
Though seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is often associated with winter, one percent of the population suffers from a form of SAD during the summer months. Here are four ways to manage, and combat SAD to have a more healthy and enjoyable summer.