Health and Well-Being News

Cooking Up Healthy Options for National Nutrition Month
cook-class-200x175.jpgMarch is national nutrition month-Let's go further with food!
Why We Need More Health Education. And How One Professor is Answering the Call.
brushing-teeth-kid180x120.jpgSociety is in the midst of a serious health crisis, and it’s often an epidemic of our own making. On average, we tend to eat too poorly, stress too much, sleep too little, and exercise even less. These unhealthy behaviors all lead to what’s collectively known as chronic disease and it’s the leading cause of death in America today.
Best Kept Fitness Secrets of Miami's Musicians: Sun Salutations for Singers
gc-yoga-down-1200x680.pngSecond article in the series 'Best Kept Fitness Secrets of Miami's Musicians'.
Ten tips for financial wellness: Pack your lunch, really
Berno-Bruce-0601-ret-website.jpgBruce J. Berno is a 1982 Miami University alumnus who is a financial adviser in Cincinnati.
Rinella Learning Center numbers way up in new Shriver Center space
rinella_space_medium.jpgThe way graduate student Charlie Chen (Miami '16) sees it, he's come full circle with the Bernard B. Rinella, Jr. Learning Center and is now giving back as an academic coach.
Quanhong Qiu to receive alumni honor
Qiu-Quanhong-200x250.jpgWe are pleased to announce that Quanhong “Cho” Qiu is the recipient of the 2018 Cottrell Distinguished Alumni Award.
Best Kept Fitness Secrets of Miami's Musicians: Music In Motion
mumb-trumpets.pngFirst article in the series 'Best Kept Fitness Secrets of Miami's Musicians'
IES guest lecturer calls climate change the greatest opportunity for healthcare in the 21st century
On February 15, Miami's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES) welcomed Gary Cohen, an environmental health advocate and president and co-founder of Healthcare Without Harm, who addressed a over 100 students and faculty on climate change and the relationship with healthcare