A picture of a crossword puzzle with the theme of brain health.

Keeping your brain healthy 

March 23, 2023

Reading Time: 2 minutes The nervous system is in charge of many functions that allow people to carry out the responsibilities of daily life. However, once these functions begin to deteriorate, individuals may suffer considerable decreases in their quality of life. For this reason, it is important to discuss how to keep the brain healthy.

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Exercise and fasting: Is it all cons?

March 15, 2023

Reading Time: 2 minutes From busy work schedules to the time commitment of raising children and attending to other daily activities, the practice of exercising on an empty stomach is taboo among Americans. Should exercising on an empty stomach be avoided, or is the habit beneficial?

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2023 UVU Conference on Addiction 

March 4, 2023

Reading Time: 2 minutes On March 3, UVU’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences hosted a conference about addiction recovery. “It was our biggest addiction-focused conference ever,” said Candida Johnson, head of marketing.

A picture of the International Mother Language Day poster competition in the Hall of Flags.

Cultural inclusion and social wellness

February 23, 2023

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cultural inclusivity can impact the emotional and financial wellness of individuals and communities. With the passing of International Mother Language Day, international students share their thoughts on why they think cultural inclusion is important.