BYU experts share how to use technology to improve mental health

Due to the increasing rise of online interactions and use of technology because of COVID-19 restrictions, many are feeling negative effects on their mental health, such as isolation and more depression and anxiety.

The journey to becoming vegan or vegetarian

In this podcast, Universe Contributor Jacob Gibb introduces his audience to what it's like going vegan or vegetarian."Three years ago, (my sister) Anna...

BYU alumni launch OutdoorPals app, new outdoor social media community

A group of recent BYU graduates are launching their start-up company, OutdoorPals, which is an event-based app designed to help people find outdoor activities, make new connections, and get outside.

Sunlight, good sleep habits are the best medicine for seasonal depression

BYU experts say there are ways to combat seasonal depression from home despite the isolation caused by COVID-19.

BYU students could get COVID-19 vaccine as early as March

Experts project BYU students can begin getting the COVID-19 vaccine sometime between March and July.

How to cope with a faith crisis at BYU

Questions about religion are common experiences for young adults, and BYU students are no exception. However, dealing with questions and doubts about faith can be difficult at BYU where the majority of students are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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