Recent News

  1. Women's Health Week
  2. Do You Know What Mental Illness Feels Like?
  3. April 23 - 30 is Money Smart Week
  4. Travelers with Zika symptoms should seek care
  5. Friday, February 5 is National Wear Red Day
  6. Dalai Lama Plans Visit to Madison on March 9, 2016
  7. Have health insurance through UW-Madison? Participate in Well Wisconsin and earn $150.
  8. Free Webcast on Workplace Well-Being
  9. Fire and Life Safety Events
  10. World Breastfeeding Week
  11. UW-Madison Employees - Are you on track with your future savings?
  12. BCycle and Wisconsin Bike Week
  13. Free T'ai Chi on Monona Terrace Rooftop
  14. Celebrate end of year, beginning of summer at Bucky's Workout event!
  15. Experts stress that hibernating the winter away is not wise
  16. Campus Safety: What you need to know
  17. Looking for a good read? November Student Health 101!
  18. Weekly farmers’ market launches at Union South
  19. Wisconsin Welcome Activities
  20. Get outside - It's good for you!
  21. Rec Sports Workplace Workouts: Next one begins June 25th!
  22. Bike to Work Week: May 13-17th!
  23. Bike to School Day: May 8th!
  24. New bird flu strain seen adapting to mammals, humans
  25. Walk the Labyrinth at the Pres House
  26. Free Guided Meditation at Union South
  27. Free Group-X Fitness classes for Faculty and Students at the SERF and NAT!
  28. Mindfulness meditation may relieve chronic inflammation
  29. NEW "Living Well" course on campus!
  30. Cycle for Sight- Coming Soon!
  31. About UWell!
  32. Free Faculty and Staff Week at RecSports!
  33. Weight Watchers now on Campus!
  34. Career and Internship Fair
  35. Campus Flu Shot Clinics
  36. Wisconsin Welcome Activities!
  37. Upcoming Wisconsin Races
  38. New flu vaccine announced for winter season
  39. Movers encouraged to donate, recycle, dispose of unwanted items responsibly
  40. MPD, UWPD, UW-Madison address University Avenue incidents
  41. The 10-Minute Workout, Times Three
  42. Grants to improve health of Wisconsin communities announced
  43. Lake algae: What you don't see can really hurt you
  44. Soaring temperatures increase risk of heat-related illness
  45. SAFEride cab service discontinued
  46. Cognitive challenges: sharing stories and hope
  47. New online catalog details Continuing Studies classes
  48. Study: Social class discrimination contributes to poorer health
  49. Aging at home: New project starts with community assets, not needs
  50. Stress may delay brain development in early years
  51. Health care costs drop if adolescent substance abusers use 12-step programs
  52. New composting option on campus
  53. Interfaith, community service challenge lays groundwork for religious dialogue
  54. UWell co-sponsors Bike to Work Week seminar on confident commuting
  55. Berquam: If you attend Mifflin, be safe, smart
  56. Native American student organization hosts annual spring pow-wow
  57. Dogs at the UW to visit eight campus locations May 1-15
  58. Wisconsin coalitions encouraged to apply for community transformation grants
  59. UW Health Pediatric Fitness Clinic featured in new HBO documentary
  60. Public invited to UW Family Gardening Day on May 12
  61. Talking to yourself may boost brainpower
  62. New trivia game teaches about Wisconsin's lakes
  63. Kinesiology Club sponsors 5K Poker Run
  64. Wellness expo to raise funds for eye research
  65. Banish garlic mustard from the Lakeshore Nature Preserve
  66. Spring for seasonal menus
  67. Students: do spring break right!
  68. A wandering mind reveals mental processes and priorities
  69. Office of Sustainability launches on campus
  70. Blood drive aims to fight sickle cell disease
  71. Out of the Darkness Campus Walk spotlights suicide prevention
  72. Nourish your heart
  73. Carbone Cancer Center, Adams County study cancer patterns
  74. Fit Campus: work out, win prizes
  75. Students encouraged to register to be Badger Volunteers
  76. Pilot project helps Latino families overcome effects of parental depression
  77. UHS offers healthier ways to deal with stress during finals
  78. Native American heritage reaches deep into campus
  79. Increased use of bikes for commuting offers economic, health benefits