Your smartphone could help you quit smoking. Check out this list of smartphone apps that can help you set goals, track your progress, see the health benefits of your journey, and more.
Through a partnership with Healthy for Life, UM Bookstores are now offering Fitbit devices. These devices can be used to track steps for the million step pedometer program.
The University of Missouri is committed a culture of health both at home and in the workplace. Whether it's a lunch meeting or snacking at the desk, we want you to have healthy eating options in the workplace.
Take this ten-question quiz from the National Cancer Institute to understand the risks of secondhand smoke—both the smoke you breathe out and the smoke from the burning end of your cigarette. (Hint: That’s the answer to question #1.)
Are you getting enough fruits and vegetables in your diet? Use the CDC’s online calculator to see how many servings you need.
Financial planning mobile apps can help make money management easy. Check out these apps from Fidelity, TIAA-CREF and more.
Eat for Life is not a diet. It focuses on developing mindfulness skills and intuitive eating for a better relationship with food and your body. . A recent study finds that Eat for Life participants experience higher levels of mindfulness, body appreciation and intuitive eating, and lower levels of problematic eating behaviors such as binge eating.. Join one of this fall’s Eat for Life courses today!
Faculty and staff are invited to enroll in this fall’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) course. The eight-week program is taught by certified trainers and designed to help change your relationship with stress and give you the skills to begin to live a more conscious life.
Order fresh vegetables, dairy, meats and more, and pick them up on the Mizzou campus! A new collaboration from the Root Cellar grocery store, in downtown Columbia, and the university’s Healthy for Life program allows you to pick up weekly subscription food boxes at the Healthy for Life office.