Healthy USM


Get off the couch after that big turkey dinner! Walking after meals has many positive impacts on your health.
Want to succeed in business, fill up your social calendar, and get more romance into your life? One secret may be in your smile
Regular physical activity promotes healthy aging. Inactivity, on the other hand, worsens almost all diseases and conditions that lead to physical disability.
Discover the real difference between organic foods and their traditionally grown counterparts when it comes to nutrition, safety and price.
The Eastern Trail is both a trail and a vision. The Eastern Trail has a growing span of off-road sections of scenic on-road trail that mostly follows quiet country roads.
To help your heart keep on keeping on, here are 10 things not to do!
Visit Talking About Men’s Health website to get current and factual information on a variety of men’s health topics.
Have you picked a day to quit smoking and want some extra support from the American Cancer Society? If so, try the Desktop Countdown Clock to receive daily quit tips.
USM was recently recognized with the Gold Star Standards of Excellence award by Maine Tobacco-Free College Network for its outstanding achievement in adopting a tobacco-free campus policy. The policy will become effective on January 1, 2013.
Feeling blue this winter? It may be Seasonal Affective Disorder, caused by a lack of light in the winter months. Here is some simple information and ideas to bring to light and alleviate the winter blues.


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