Mindfulness as a means of stress reduction has proven effective for healthy individuals, according to research published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine by authors Manoj Sharma and Sarah E. Rush.
BYU student Gracie Hammond intertwined personal mental health experience and Utah specific research to kickstart Project Cheers, a new Provo-based business bringing individuals affected by mental illness together in community and celebration.
Strong, steady and healthy friendships may contribute to good physical health, according to new research by Social Psychological and Personality Science.
The Brigham Young University Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Club is making waves on campus, providing students with diagnosed and undiagnosed ADHD a sense of community and a supportive environment to thrive in. The club, founded in 2018, has since grown to almost 200 members.
The Student Wellness Program, in conjunction with the Employee Wellness Program, hosted a workshop on resiliency and bouncing back from challenges for BYU Wellness Week.
Four LGBTQ+ student panelists shared their thoughts and experiences at this semester’s PEN Talks event.