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Health Alert: COVID-19
Read the latest Health and Wellness health alert for more information about a coronavirus with pneumonia-like symptoms that originated in China, recently named COVID-19 by the World Health Organization.
December: Practicing Gratitude
For the month of December, Healthy UNH encourages you to pause and practice gratitude. We want you to feel grateful and express your thanks, especially during the holiday season. Head over to our resource page for tips on continuing to work and learn remotely.
Behavioral Health Screenings
With life far from normal, you may be experiencing new or resurfacing emotions. Take a free, anonymous behavioral health screening to see if your thoughts and behaviors are associated with a common, treatable mental health issues. Receive instant results, resources, and recommendations.
WellTrack is a self-guided and interactive resource to support your mental health and well-being. It’s easy to use and free-of-charge to UNH students, faculty and staff. The app can help you identify, understand, and address anxiety, stress, and depression. Learn more.
Established in 2008, Healthy UNH enhances the mission of the University by supporting the lifelong health and wellness of the UNH community.
Read our December Newsletter: Practicing Gratitude: "the feeling of being grateful and wanting to express your thanks.” Practicing gratitude may feel overwhelming at first, but starting with small steps each day can cultivate a more positive mindset and outlook on life.
Healthy UNH helps individuals find resources to build healthy lives through sound nutritional choices, with the goal of fostering more mindful eating habits at both the individual and community levels.