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.
Looking for a fun project to do at home to energize and recharge? Try making an essential oil roll-on! It’s easy and low cost, once you have the supplies you need.Continue reading “#BeWellUGA at Home: Essential Oils”
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.Continue reading “Birth Control & Telehealth at the UHC Women’s Clinic”
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?Continue reading “Interpersonal Violence and COVID-19”
Your Actions Matter! Once your needs have been met, you may be looking to help support those around you. Check out these helpful tips when talking to others about the importance of social distancing.Continue reading “How to Help Friends & Family Members Who Aren’t Social Distancing”
Everyone should have a collection of nutritious, tasty recipes that can be prepared in a pinch. Every Monday during March – National Nutrition Month – we’ll feature one recipe per week that can be prepared in under 15 minutes.Continue reading “National Nutrition Month: 15 Minute Recipes – One Pan Taco Skillet”
One common challenge we share during social distancing is how to get the food that we need to feel our best. A nutritious diet supports physical and mental well-being.Continue reading “Social Distancing While Shopping”