Everyone can take part in ending sexual assault by normalizing conversations about the topic. Read moreHow to identify, find resources on campus to assist sexual assault victims
Burnout arises when the pressures of daily life build up, and college students struggle with it throughout the year. Read moreBurnout burden: How to recognize and combat excessive stress
Psychedelics are hallucinogenic drugs that create a powerful, acute shift in people’s state of consciousness, said Greg Fonzo, Department of Psychiatry and Behavi… Read moreA second wave of psychedelics: How they may serve as treatment for mental illnesses
Nurses are suffering from sleep deprivation as the pandemic continues. Mandatory overtime and an increase in patients has negatively impacted their mental and phy… Read moreLack of sleep continues to challenge nurses during pandemic
Asking about what to expect during the first visit can help alleviate the stress of uncertainty. Read moreThe gynecologist: Knowing your options
Period UTA was inspired by other similar groups formed to help women get access to sanitary items tax-free. Read moreNew student organization advocates for menstrual equity on campus
Studies have shown that COVID-19 has affected people of color more than other groups. Read moreHow Counseling and Psychological Services provides mental health resources to students of color
In these tumultuous times, taking breaks and limiting your news consumption is increasingly important for mental health.
Students share how they are coping with the additional stress of the election by avoiding doomscrolling and taking a moment to breathe.
With the added pressure of facing a global pandemic, balancing school and a social life during self-isolation can be tough for college students.
Talking about women’s health makes many people uncomfortable, and so they don’t take the time to inform themselves. Let’s change that.
Smart ways to keep your dogs cool in the Texas heat involve puppy pools, dog shoes and cooling blankets.
Seventy-nine million Americans, most in their late teens and early 20s, are infected with HPV, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website.
With summer finally here, Texas’ notorious heat spurs the need to wear less and lighter clothing.
The steady sound of kitchen knives slapping against cutting boards interrupted the usual dull roar of students during lunch time Wednesday in the UTA FabLab. This was thanks to the participants of the Maverick Kitchen: Game Day Eats, who were…
Isabella Robinson kick-starts her day with a protein-packed caffeine smoothie, an egg white sandwich and a kiwi.
While his sport is punishment to other sports, junior sprinter Tre Haynes talks about how he keeps in shape away from the track.
Music can serve as an aid for the mental strains that college students may face during their academic careers.
The chance of a woman developing breast cancer is one in eight. The fear of becoming a part of that statistic was always in the back of her mind, said Cleva Steadman, Arlington resident and breast cancer survivor.
Alternative medicine refers to various therapeutic practices straying from mainstream science and are not usually found in conventional medical schools.
Two out of three people in America are obese, according to Leslie Lovely, certified diabetes educator and registered dietitian. That may come as no surprise, but obesity often causes the inability to produce insulin, which is called diabetes,…
It’s important to get checked for sexually transmitted infections any time a student has had a sexual encounter with a new partner or stranger, and oftentimes this happens during spring break, said Angela Middleton, medical director of UTA he…
All the Conscious Crew wants to do is ignite a dialogue.
African-American and Hispanic women are most at risk for heart disease in the U.S., according to goredforwomen.org.
Traditional yoga has been turned upside down and suspended by an aerial silk.
Most college students will do just about anything to get a free T-shirt, even if that means jumping into 40-degree water in February.
With the new semester kicking off, a little inspiration might be exactly what's needed to get through the day, week or semester. Students share their favorite quotes that give them motivation to keep going.
Some students are tired of being mediocre versions of themselves. With a new semester, they are taking full advantage of a second chance.
The most common excuse for not working out is a lack of time, personal trainer Christopher Woolen said.
Get over hangovers this holiday season with cultural remedies.
Interior design junior Afnan Dahduli said some breast cancer campaigns are inappropriate.
Accounting senior Courtney Whitten said it’s important to donate money and time to breast cancer organizations, but it may be easier to see where the money goes with locally-grown organizations.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full swing and UTA Health Services is making sure students are aware of their options when it comes to checking their breasts.
Kassidy Kelly tries not to worry about her body image, but said if she could change anything about her body, it would be her stomach.
More students are ditching the workout and joining the party. The dance party, that is.
Feb. 15 was the deadline for enrolling in a federal Marketplace health insurance plan. It was also the deadline to avoid the penalty for not having health care for 2015.