March 2019

Sleep Tips

Sleeping Cat

Do you have a tough time staying awake throughout the day? Do you struggle with falling asleep at night or do you routinely procrastinate leading you to pull all-nighters to meet deadlines? If you answered yes to any of those, research shows that these habits are not helpful for academic performance and aren’t healthy. Making good optimal sleep a routine can help you succeed academically, eat less, and help you remain healthy mentally and physically. A good night’s rest is a vital component to our health and well-being, making sleep just as important as a healthy diet and exercise.

Nutrition FAQs

Eat Right

Don’t forget the most important meal of the day!

Studies have shown students who skip breakfast have more fatigue, poorer concentration and miss out on key nutrients. While it’s tempting to hit that snooze button and get a few extra minutes of sleep, giving yourself time to eat is worth it. Don’t fall for the early morning sugar trap of eating sweet cereals or pastries. Your afternoon self will thank you for doing so!

Here are 5 great and quick healthy breakfast ideas:

St. Patrick's Day

Clover Leaves

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up this week and if you choose to drink, make sure you take some steps to stay safe. Make sure you tell someone about your plans, carry your ID, Health Card and emergency contact info just in case you visit the hospital.

Keep the following tips in mind if you decide to make alcohol a part of your St. Patrick’s Day plans:

7 Tips for Exam Prep

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Exams can be one of the most stressful times during a student’s education. Here are 7 tips to keep in mind during these periods of high stress to help you conquer your exams.

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