As living a healthy lifestyle becomes a more prominent issue among college-aged individuals, the procurement of healthy foods has come to the forefront in a big way.
It’s that time of year – time for midterms, Spring Break, Student Government Association elections and locally grown produce.
According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million people in the United States have diabetes.
Bicycles are a common sight on campus. Many people use them to get around. However, there are few who actually bike to and from the University of Louisville’s campus.
The Kentucky Area Health Education Centers program is a partnership between the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center and the University of Kentucky Medical Center. The program works to create and develop clinical education throughout Kentucky communities for students seeking health professions, as well as to continue providing education for medical personnel in medically underserved areas
Stress – it’s not entirely uncommon on college campuses. It’s written all over students’ faces as they rifle through their book bags, leaf through notes and cram for that really tough final exam. And, apparently, it’s getting worse.
Dr. Jeffrey Callen, the chief of the Division of Dermatology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, has accomplished much in his field.
With Kentucky ranking eighth in teenage pregnancy in the United States, it has become clear to lawmakers and public officials that something must be done to reduce risky sexual behaviors in teens.
The college diet is prebaked, dehydrated, boxed, bagged, preservative-laden, and more than likely marketed by a cartoon clown. It is pizza, chips, beer, Easy Mac, and any other cheap, easily prepared foodstuff with a relatively long shelf life.
Crazed dieting and weight loss obsession have made a mockery of American women. Ladies are consumed by extreme tactics to avoid love handles. As cliché as the “love your body” articles are, while telling women to ignore Hollywood models, they are completely right.