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Working for Whitewater's Wellness




Student Health 101 is a web-based magazine that provides health and wellness information specifically for college students. If you are not receiving your very own copy of Student Health 101 delivered to your inbox sign up here. It's free for UWW students.The magazine covers many topics:

  • Stress management
  • Academic performance
  • Alcohol and other drugs
  • Sexual health and responsibility
  • Body image
  • Eating well and working out
  • Mental health
  • Sleep habits
  • Sexual assault prevention
  • Tobacco cessation
  • Healthy relationships
  • Money management
  • And much more...

Current Issue

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Comments from UWW students:

'Every issue of Student Health 101 seems to be filled with decent information for the average college student.  College seems to be a time where things are rushed, we're stressed, we spend lots of money, don't sleep much, eat unhealthy, however these articles make you realize that you're not the only one feeling this way and there are numerous ways to cope with whatever you're dealing with.  It helps me calm down while I read these and think about how I can apply these things to my life.' - Meredith

'I learn many good tips and tricks from these articles. I think everyone should take the time to read them. This helps me in everyday life by thinking before I act and, choosing what is right and wrong, and to think before I do certain actions.' - Kali

'When I was a Freshman I starting subscribing to Student Health 101 and read almost every article each month. 3 years later as a Senior, I still try to read almost every article. In class, I learn academics but I feel Student Health is helping contribute to my "street smart" and common sense education. Reading Student Health helps me look at a different perspective and offer advice with issues and topics that I am and most college students are facing.' - Joel

Date revised: 02/21/14