Health & Wellness

  • A Check Up from Your Neck Up

    Mental health is a key part of your overall health. Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional.


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  • What is Wellness?

    What is Wellness?

    How we define wellness at Duke- 

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  • Title IX and Sexual Misconduct

    Duke's Commitment to Addressing Sexual Misconduct.


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  • This Week in Wellness

    This Week in Wellness

    Check our calendar to see what's happening in Wellness this week and join our listserv to stay informed!

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Who We Are: 

Good health is something we all value. It's more than a visit to the doctor's office. It's about taking care of yourself and understanding your needs. It's about you. At Student Affairs, we believe healthy habits learned today are key tools to lifelong success, and provide a range of programs and services to help students establish healthy habits for today and for a lifetime.

A healthy mind, body and spirit form the foundation for success. Your health starts here.

Have You Heard?

Nov 20, 2014

The Student Health Center will close at 3:45pm on Thursday, 11/20. We will re-open with normal operating hours at 8:30am on Friday, 11/21.

For after hours care, please call us at 919-681-9355. 

Nov 20, 2014

(Entry #3 in the series) Recently, I had the great pleasure of sitting down with Associate Director for Outreach and Development Programming for CAPS and all-around nice guy Gary Glass. The topic: relationships. Relationships in general, with no particular person in mind. It was the first time I'd discussed the topic at length, ever. My conclusion? We should do this more often. Here's #3! Read entries #1 and #2.

It was 2007. Gary stood with a group of students, asking them to move to the “True” or “False” side of the room in response to a few statements.

If a peer had been struggling, you’d want them to know they could come to you.
Everyone in the room moved to “True” side of the room.

If you were struggling, you would go to a peer for support.
Everyone in the room moved to the “False” side of the room.

Well that’s awkward. Everyone wanted to help. No one wanted to ask for help.

Highlighted

Gratitude

A Moving Art original short. This inspirational video was well responded at TED conferences and filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg motivates those around him as happiness is revealed.

Spoken word and music montage created and composed by Gary Malkin. Narration written and spoken by Brother David Steindl-Rast.