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Health & Wellness

  • Get motivated

    Students who take advantage of the IUPUI-NIFS partnership for discounted memberships are eligible for prizes in the new “First Year Fit” program.

  • Stress less

    Full-time IUPUI employees on an IU medical plan are eligible to attend a free session on stress management.

  • Miles for Myeloma

    The annual cycling tour has raised over $2.4 million in support of cancer research at the IU Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center.

  • Flu shots

    Protect yourself this flu season with a free vaccine from IUPUI Campus Health starting in late September.

  • Silent killer

    High blood pressure is a deadly -- and often silent -- killer. Check it often at home, and at IUPUI.

  • Wellness alliance

    IUPUI students can sign up for a discounted National Institute for Fitness and Sport membership.

  • Hospital update

    IU Health University Hospital's emergency department will move to Methodist Hospital by June 30.

  • Healthy motivation

    Students ranked spring break boot camps as one of the most popular offerings from the National Institute for Fitness and Sport-IUPUI partnership.

  • Produce markets

    Two local markets will offer a range of fresh and locally grown produce.

  • Health insurance

    The top five reasons to relax about the Affordable Care Act enrollment numbers.

  • 'Rewarding collaboration'

    Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf recently praised IU's partnership with the University of Liberia.

  • Fresh market

    Learn how to prepare a one-skillet entree and buy local, organic fruits and vegetables at the upcoming campus event.

  • Reducing dental plaque

    The IU Oral Health Research Institute has begun a study for the military of the first use of pharmaceutical-grade antiplaque chewing gum in humans.

  • Fight the flu

    Temporary visitor restrictions are in place at Indianapolis-area hospitals due to increased flu activity. Learn how to protect yourself and others.

  • Continual support

    The Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer has pledged $15 million to support breast cancer research at the IU Simon Cancer Center.

  • A healthy new year

    Registered dietitian Heather Fink provides tips for becoming healthier and happier this new year.

  • Healthy IU

    Faculty and staff can learn how to get healthy, while also entering for a chance to win prizes.

  • All smiles

    The IU School of Dentistry is helping some homeless veterans become more employable by offering free dental services.

  • Diagnosing autism

    IU researchers are analyzing micromovements to diagnose autism spectrum disorder and to determine its severity in children and young adults.

  • Holiday health tips

    Eating right and maintaining an exercise routine are important during the holiday season, according to clinical assistant professor Kara Egan.