Beginner’s guide to eating gluten-free 

March 6, 2024

Reading Time: 2 minutes When following a gluten-free diet, there are endless, easy substitutions that can make this change fairly seamless.  People can choose to eat a gluten-free diet for a variety of reasons to enjoy the health benefits. Whether the reasoning is due to celiac disease, a wheat allergy, gluten sensitivity, or for weight loss, cutting out gluten […]

Coping with homesickness 

March 6, 2024

Reading Time: 2 minutes There are many ways to alleviate feelings of homesickness during time away from home that are easy to incorporate in an everyday routine.  College is a period in which there are a lot of new experiences. For many students, college is their first time living away from home for an extended time. It can be […]

Habits for healthy hair 

March 5, 2024

Reading Time: 2 minutes Maintaining hair health can have a huge positive impact on self-esteem and overall health.  Hair hygiene is extremely important and can have a major impact on overall health. Investing in hair care products that are both high quality and reputable can get expensive but it is important in getting hair as healthy as possible. The […]

UVU Health Fair

November 11, 2021

Reading Time: < 1 minute When you’re in school, it’s easy to get caught up in the flow of assignments and tests. But, don’t forget to take care of yourself. Watch to learn about the resources UVU offers to help students maintain their health. Footage: Chad Goldsberry Anchor: Benny Peck Editor: Elsa Hintz

This week in COVID-19: Dance groups rebuff calls for social distancing

September 21, 2020

Reading Time: 3 minutes After being called out by health officials, universities and elected leaders, many involved in dance parties in Utah County are rejecting calls to tighten health restrictions – or cancel their events altogether. Provo-based company Young/Dumb, which promotes brands to college-aged students through these parties, recently came under scrutiny after videos of party attendees dancing close […]

Dean of College of Health and Public Service wins national award

August 20, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) award recognizes outstanding efforts within emergency management and homeland security disciplines every year. This year’s award was presented to the dean of UVU’s College of Health and Public Service, David McEntire. Presented at the Federal Emergency Management Agency Higher Education Symposium, the SoTL award was given to McEntire […]