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Close the blinds during sleep to protect your health

Close the blinds, draw the curtains and turn off all the lights before bed. Exposure to even moderate ambient lighting during nighttime sleep,...

Be grateful: It may improve your health

Be thankful for what you have—it might improve your physical and mental health, according to a new global study that uses cell...

MEET ME ON THE CUTTING EDGE

Microrobots for improving health, making artificial organs Editor’s note: This article appears in the new, all-digital issue of the University of...

Guaranteed income increases employment, improves financial and physical health

Results released on March 3, 2021 from the first year of the Stockton Economic Empowerment Demonstration (SEED) show guaranteed income drastically improves...

CNN: Exposure to dirty air in the world’s most polluted region linked to pregnancy loss, study finds

Pregnant women in South Asia who have been exposed to air pollution face an increased risk of pregnancy loss, miscarriage, and stillbirth, according to a...

NPR: We All Know Smoke Is Bad For Your Health. It Could Be Worse Than You Think

It's no secret that inhaling smoke is bad for your lungs. But now, scientists are suggesting smoke may also carry and spread...

Does hunting with lead ammunition endanger human, environmental health?

Lead ammunition poses a danger to human health through consumption of contaminated meat. It’s important to understand the properties of the ammunition...

University leadership affirms commitment to health, safety as fall sports resume

Dear faculty, staff, students, alumni and fans, As you may have seen, the Big Ten will return to competition this fall under more stringent...

BBC: Which cooking oil is the healthiest?

Cooking oils are a kitchen staple. But there’s a lot of conflicting information regarding how healthy each of them are. With so...

The truth about eating eggs

Are eggs helpful to our health… or a cause of heart disease? Experts advise egg consumption should be part of a...
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Remembering Frank Galati, award-winning writer, director and actor

Frank Galati, Academy Award-nominated and Tony Award-winning writer, director, actor and emeritus professor in the department of performance studies in the School...

[Illinois] Student Engagement and Leadership Development (SELD) Internship 

SELD interns play a pivotal role in supporting student-focused and student-centered work at the University YMCA. After successful completion of the internship,...