Wellness is not necessarily the absence of disease. Instead, wellness is about being physically, mentally, socially and spiritually healthy.
Wellness is important for success as a student, on the job and in your personal life.
Many factors play a role in determining wellness. They include: immunizations; proper nutrition; weight management; physical activity; rest, and refraining from or limiting smoking, alcohol and drug use.
Our doctors and nurses can help educate you about making the right choices. But, it is up to you to change your habits and behaviors to embrace wellness.
These are some of the factors that diminish or contribute to well-being with links to helpful online resources: