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What does an opioid overdose look like? Learn the signs and where to get...

By now, many of us probably know someone who’s been affected by opioid addiction. Learn how to spot the signs of an overdose and where to get help.
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WashU Recovery Group Approaches First Anniversary

In September of 2017, Transforming Youth Recovery, a non-profit focused on lifetime recovery from substance use disorders, awarded Washington University a grant to help build a recovery community on campus. Transforming Youth Recovery is...
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Workout reboot: Use active rest to revamp your routine

Rate this article and enter to winYou know the sense of determination you get when you want to accomplish a fitness goal? That eye-on-the-prize, can’t-take-a-day-off motivation? While it can feel great to be so...
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FitnessU: Stretching it

Rate this article and enter to winStretching: It’s an important part of any fitness routine, research shows. Obvs, you might think. But really, it’s important to take stretching (before and after a workout) seriously....
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WashU Recovery Program Announcement & First Meeting

Amanda Hoylman, Assistant Director for Alcohol and Other Drug Programming at Student Health Services at WashU, received a grant this year to help build a recovery program on our campus. The grant was awarded...
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Strategies for supporting men who’ve experienced sexual violence

Rate this article and enter to winMost of us have supported friends through difficult times, such as a break-up, academic pressure, or family issues. But how do we step up and provide support when...

Sober support: What works for students in recovery?

Rate this article and enter to winWhat if students have gone through treatment for alcohol addiction or drug abuse, and now they’re back on track, focusing on their education and future? Their success in...