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Protect Yourself Against Respiratory Illness

Be a #HealthyDawg! Keep yourself and the UGA community healthy!

Stop the spread of germs. Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms' length) from other people.
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How to Protest Safely During COVID-19

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#BeWellUGA at Home: Finding a Routine During the Summer

If you’re feeling the impact of a new schedule or lack of structure, it can be helpful to create a routine that includes time for things you have to do and things you want to do.  It can take a little time to land on a routine that feels best for your life, but the strategies below can help to find the perfect routine.

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Maintaining a Low-Waste Lifestyle During COVID-19

Sustainability is a priority at the University of Georgia and for many students, faculty and staff. If COVID-19 has you concerned about maintaining a low-waste lifestyle or perhaps has you rethinking some of your habits, we’re here to help and support you.

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#BeWellUGA at Home: Time Management

Strategies to Work, Learn, and Study from Home

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#BeWellUGA at Home: Make Time for Self-Care

Try these strategies for self-care while you are staying home.

  • Set boundaries with social media. Be intentional to seek out trusted sources and positive messages. Take breaks away from technology as needed.
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#BeWellUGA at Home: Sleep

One component of health that doesn’t always get the attention it deserves?

Sleep.

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Birth Control & Telehealth at the UHC Women’s Clinic

It is no secret among obstetricians and labor and delivery nursing staff that nine months after an unexpected period of forced isolation there is a surge in births.

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Interpersonal Violence and COVID-19

While we adjust to COVID-19, public health officials have repeatedly issued the same important message: stay at home. Staying home and limiting contact with others reduces the likelihood of spreading COVID-19. This is especially important for vulnerable populations.

But what if home isn’t a safe place to be?

What about people who must shelter in place at home with an abusive partner?

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