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Features Staying Healthy Mentally, Physically, Emotionally in College

Staying Healthy Mentally, Physically, Emotionally in College

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Photo illustration metaphorically depicting the choices in nutrition within our society.- Aaron J. Stewart/Printz

Listed below are links to the articles published in The Student Printz’s “College Health Edition” special edition publication for 2015 which highlights how to stay healthy mentally, physically, and emotionally while in college.


Physical Health:

Emphasize Proper Form, Not Weight

The Dangers, Health Risks of Binge Gymming

Staying Safe with Summer Flings

 

Mental Health:

Overcome Eating Disorders, Not Other Way Around

Suicide Not the Only Way Out

No Need to Deal with Depression Solo

 

Dieting:

Meat-free Diets Have Their Ups and Downs

Super Foods Upgrade Dorm Meals

Food Review

Hayley Howard
A senior graphic design major serving as the Web Editor for the Student Printz.

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