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July Better You Newsletter

This month's newsletter features: Water Is More Than a Thirst Quencher Have Fun but Remember to Keep Safe in the Sun Recipe Japanese Cucumber Salad

Minority Mental Health Month

july 2021 Strength in Communities Established in 2008, the purpose of Minority Mental Health Month is to enhance awareness and improve access to mental health services in minority communities. This…

Men’s Health Month 2021

Small Steps, Big Impact We are men. In honor of Men's Health Month, we encourage all men to prioritize their health. Watch this brief video for an in-depth look into…

Let’s Talk Mental Health: Men’s Health

Let's Talk Men's Health Men's mental health is a topic that often gets overlooked. Social expectations and preconceived gender stereotypes have kept men from discussing and opening up about their…

Let’s Talk About Mental Health: Anxiety

Let's Talk Anxiety Anxiety is a normal and expected part of life. You may have felt anxious prior to a big exam or presentation, before making big decisions, or when…

Let’s Talk Mental Health: Suicide

Suicide Prevention Suicide is a topic that many people feel unprepared to address. However, it can be empowering to learn warning signs of suicidal thinking and specific steps for supporting…

Let’s Talk Mental Health: Depression

Let's Talk Depression Depression is a very common mental illness, impacting about 20% of individuals at some point in their lives. Learn the signs and symptoms of depression or how…

May Better You Newsletter

This month's newsletter features: Baby Joy Can Sometimes Turn Into Baby Blues Managing Allergies Can Make the Season More Enjoyable Recipe Veggie Egg Salad

Let’s Talk Mental Health: Mythbusters

Misconceptions regarding mental health abound. Join us for a five-part blog series on mental health for the month of May and learn skills for coping with anxiety, recognizing symptoms of depression, helping a friend with suicidal thoughts, and supporting underserved populations. Common Misconceptions “People with mental health problems…

Nurses Month 2021

May 2021 Nurses Month Activities This year, UF Health is following the American Nurses Association’s initiative to celebrate nursing staff all month long. After an especially challenging year, we are…