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University of Mississippi
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  • Take Care Tuesdays are back!

    Campus wellness advocates take turns providing “food for thought” as we all continue to take care.

    July 12, 2021: Jasmine Kelley of Wellness Education for the William Magee Center challenges us to focus on cultivating a culture of well-being on our campus, fostering community involvement through meaningful connections, and supporting students with policies and activities that aid in furthering the vision of the institution which vows to provide students with an environment that readily fosters discovery and creativity.

    https://rebelwell.olemiss.edu/embrace/

    June 29, 2021: Dr. Melinda Valliant responds to comments and questions regarding the impact of COVID-19 on our weight and routines. “My pandemic weight is making me feel tired”, “I have no regular routine”, “I am so stressed about my excess weight” and “The isolation has resulted in poor eating and exercise habits.”

    https://rebelwell.olemiss.edu/focus-on-health/

    June 15, 2021: Dr. Senna Haines shares neuroplasticity can help us more thoughtfully engage in activities that will contribute to our well-being–no matter our age!

    https://rebelwell.olemiss.edu/neuroplasticity/

    June 8, 2021: Shannon Richardson encourages us to explore all of the beautiful natural resources we have in our community and neighboring counties.

    https://rebelwell.olemiss.edu/getout/ 

    June 1, 2021: Dr. Jean Gispen shares her perspective and guidance regarding “Reentry” after COVID-19.

    https://rebelwell.olemiss.edu/reentry/

    Choose Well.  Stay Well.  RebelWell!

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    The 2014 launch of RebelWell and its continued success have been made possible in part by a generous grant provided by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation.