Winter safety tips as Provo temperatures begin to drop

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, so follow these winter tips to keep safe and sound during this year's upcoming snowy season.

CAPS Quicker Care workshops provide free mental health education to students

BYU Counseling and Psychological Services now offers free Quicker Care workshops to students who seek education and tips on varying mental health topics and who may be on CAPS waitlists.

Shining light on winter blues: A proactive approach to SAD

The leaves are falling and there is a briskness to the air. However, a growing number of adults find themselves feeling down, less motivated and even depressed during the fall and winter seasons.

Halloween treats can be tricky for some children

Halloween does not have to be scary for children with severe food allergies. The Teal Pumpkin Project aims to increase inclusivity for all children to enjoy trick-or-treating. 

BYU student trains service dog to detect gluten

Three million Americans have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder where gluten damages the small intestine. 

Find your zen with this mental health app

BYU provides all students access to the wellness app "WellTrack Boost," helping them maintain their health and well-being throughout the semester.
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