Think About Your Drinking

If you consume too many drinks and put yourself or others at risk, it may be time to think about your drinking. Drinking can harm your health, relationships, and/or your ability to do your job.

Healthy Boundaries and Communications Strengthen a Relationship

Know, communicate, and respect boundaries to build and maintain a healthy, mutually beneficial relationship for all involved.

Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Annual Poster Contest

The Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM) Poster Contest is now accepting submissions. This year’s theme is Step Forward. Prevent. Report. Advocate.

Sleep Goals For The New Year

Most New Year’s resolutions focus on losing weight, exercising more, reducing stress levels, and being more productive, however, many people may be surprised to learn how closely sleep relates to achieving most of these goals. Getting enough quality sleep is associated with healthier body weight, greater motivation, smarter food choices, better stress management, problem-solving, and attention. Sleep is a habit that deserves just as much attention as other habits, if not more.

International Mind-Body Wellness Day

January 3 is International Mind-Body Wellness Day, an opportunity to celebrate how a healthy mind and healthy emotions mean a healthy body.

New Year, New Choices - How To Make Low-Risk Drinking Choices

Make low-risk drinking choices this New Year and see how your health, fitness, relationships, and finances improve. 

Fitness During Pregnancy

Exercising during pregnancy can help improve a variety of things from your cardiovascular fitness to improving your sleep. Discover the truths about exercising during pregnancy and remember to always consult with your medical care provider prior to any physical training while pregnant.

Stress Management Strategies

At one point or another, everyone deals with feelings of stress. Stress is very common and doesn’t have to be a negative thing. In fact, stress is one way the body avoids danger. There are skills that can be learned to help manage stress.

What is injury prevention?

Injury prevention is defined as activities to prevent, ameliorate, treat, and/or reduce injury-related disability and death. Injuries can be defined as unintentional and violent. Utilizing the Health Wellness and Performance framework can decrease both intentional and violent injuries.

Partnership brings Vet Center to Marine Corps Museum

The United States Marine Corps signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and on November 8, at the National Museum of the Marine Corps, a ceremony to commemorate the signing was held

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