Your future. Final exams. The worst roommate. Debt. Moving away from home for the first time. These and several other issues can overwhelm students with stress, making their lives pained and causing them to crash and burn academically, which happens far more often than you think. The infographic below, Managing the College Stress Epidemic, presents […]
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College is stressful. Current events have only made the experience more overwhelming. Students have to worry about completing classes at home and whether they’ll be back on campus next semester. All of this pressure can be too much to handle at times. If you’re struggling to cope, read the ultimate guide to self-care for students. […]
Running is the exercise of choice for many students, but it may be too hard on the joints or simply not fun for you. We detail some alternatives you can use.
Health insurance is a tricky subject, no matter your age. However, it can be particularly stressful for young people. Until the age of 26, most young adults qualify as dependents on their parent’s health insurance plans. However, on the day of their 26th birthday, they’re automatically dropped and left to find insurance for themselves—something many […]
The day your child heads off to college is an exciting time for you as well as for them. While some people may consider their mom or dad duties done, you know that’s far from the case. Even if your child isn’t living under your roof anymore, they still need your help to make sure […]
The college years represent a time when most people are in their best health. While you might be in prime shape, you should know that tooth decay can begin to increase around this age. These strategies are essential to implement in your late teen and young adult years to ensure that your teeth are still […]
Living in a dorm can be equal parts exciting and exhausting. The thought of sharing a space with your closest friends is great, but living in close quarters can sometimes wear on you. Such an intimate living situation can not only take a toll on your mental wellness, but also significantly affect your physical health. […]
The sooner you incorporate healthy habits into your life, the higher chance you have of leading a lifelong healthy lifestyle. Sticking to healthy choices can be hard, especially in college—sometimes it’s easier to order takeout or to sleep in an hour longer and skip the workout. However, when you make the conscious decision to make […]
Sleep can affect nearly every aspect of your life, from your health to your social life. To learn more about the importance of quality sleep, read further.
Going to college is a significant feat, especially if you’re returning after a long break or starting for the first time as an adult. Sometimes you have to postpone things you want to do to care for your family, but regaining your drive is always a great thing. However, you may wonder how to manage […]