Wellness Topics and Information

students looking at a computer screenLife in university can present you with different situations that you may not have experienced before. We're here to help with information on frequently asked health topics.


  1. Understanding Monkeypox
  2. Steps you can take to manage substance use
  3. How to deal with burnout
  4. Finding a sense of belonging at the University
  5. How to deal with feelings of inferiority
  6. What is Seasonal Affective Disorder and how to deal with it?
  7. How to cope when depressed
  8. Feeling Homesick? You're not alone!

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Food and Nutrition

Learn about healthy eating strategies, quick and nutritious recipes and more on our Food and Nutrition page.


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Life Events

Life can throw a lot of different things at you: From breaking up, to homesickness, to experiencing unexpected failures. Find tips and tricks for dealing with life's challenges on our Life Events page.


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Exercises for Your Mind

There are many different types of exercises you can to reduce anxiety or worry and promote a sense of calmness in your day-to-do life. View our Exercises for Your Mind page for more information.


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Mental Health

We’ve all got mental health to care for just like we all want to care for our physical health. We know to be physically well we need to exercise, eat well, and practice hand washing, but what does it mean to be mentally well? Find out more on our Mental Health page.


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Eco-grief and Eco-anxiety

As we continue to face growing instances of extreme weather events and other climate-related emergencies around the world, it is common to experience feelings of hopelessness, anxiety, or grief. Learn more about eco-grief and eco-anxiety.


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Physical Activity

Your body needs to move to stay healthy, but sometimes it can be hard to fit physical activity into your busy schedule. Find out how to get some movement in your day on our Physical Activity page.


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Physical Health

From  injury prevention, to staying warm in winter, to sun protection, to getting your flu shot there are lots of ways to be physical healthy. Find out more on our Physical Health page.


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Self-care and distraction techniques can help you relax and feel restored for the next term ahead. There are a variety of different ways you can practice self-care, including self-soothing, being creative, connecting with others, changing the scene, and getting some exercise. Find more information on our Self-Care page.


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Sexual Health

Learn about consent, birth control, and more on our Sexual Health page.


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Sleep Health

Did you know that getting a good night's sleep can help improve your energy, focus, and overall wellbeing? Visit our Sleep Health page to learn more about how to have a good night's sleep.


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Social and Spiritual Health

Learn about how to make friends as an introvert, how to nurture relationships and more on our Social and Spiritual Health page.


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Stress Management

Stress is the wear and tear our bodies experience as we adjust to our changing environment. In life, we can’t avoid all stress, so our goal is not to eliminate stress but learn how to manage it. View tips and tricks on our Stress Management page,


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Substance Use and Harm Reduction

Learn about responsible drinking habits, substance use information, and harm reduction strategies on our Substance Use and Harm Reduction page.