Moving more for better health
In recognition of Move More Month, we’ve compiled a list of resources designed to get you moving more for better health.
Using art to improve health outcomes
In the United States, you won’t find many doctors sending patients to choir practice or insurance companies covering painting class. But in the United Kingdom, the National Health Service’s Arts on Prescription connects patients to cultural activities that match their interests — and funds their participation.
Faculty and staff Pilates class tonight
UF’s faculty and staff Pilates class will be held this evening at 6 p.m. on the North Lawn of the Reitz Union in lieu of next week’s regularly scheduled class.
Explore ways to engage your muscles
Register for GatorCare’s Hustle for that Muscle webinar on April 19 at noon.
Explore programs and resources to help manage stress
Ongoing stress left unchecked can lead us to feel less productive, less creative and more disengaged both at work and at home. While we might not be able to completely eliminate stress in our lives, the steps we take to develop healthy habits will positively impact us in the long run.
In recognition of Stress Awareness Month, we’ve compiled a list of resources provided by UF and Calm designed to help you manage the stress in your life.
Office Ergonomics 101 webinar April 12
Do you experience back, neck or shoulder pain? Register to attend GatorCare’s ergonomics webinar on April 12 at 11 a.m.
Is the pandemic over? UF epidemiologist weighs in
UF Clinical Associate Professor of Epidemiology Cindy Prins, Ph.D., was interviewed by WMFE to discuss whether the end of the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency in May signals the end of the pandemic.
Dependent coverage available through Calm
Did you know you could add up to five dependents — 16 years of age or older — to your Calm subscription?
What you need to know about drug-resistant Shigella infections
To understand more about shigellosis, the Emerging pathogens Institute interviewed Anthony Maurelli, Ph.D.
Register for the Whitney Lab Virtual 5K
The Whitney Laboratory invites you to either walk or run for marine science at its 2023 Virtual 5K.
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