Wellness Resources and Printed Materials
Health Promotion and Prevention Resources are used to promote healthy behaviors. If you do not see a health topic you need, feel free to contact Health Promotion. Take a look at our list below, and contact us at any time if we can help you find additional resources and support.
Students on the Medford/Somerville campus may request printed color copies for bulletin boards, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, email, title of poster, and number of copies.
- Food for Thought: Caffeine
- Food for Thought: Daily D
- Vegetarian Plate
- Meatless Monday
- Rethink Your Drink
- Facts about Sugary Drinks
- Hydration Stations at Tufts
- Fuel for Finals
- Macronutrients: Carbs, Fats, Protein
- Tips for Increasing Fitness
- Sports Nutrition
- Food for Thought: Brain & Exercise
- Walking/Running Routes near Tufts
- Get Good Sleep (poster)
- Sleep On It (poster)
- Getting Some Shuteye
- Sleep Better Checklist
- Facts about Sleep
Stress and Mindfulness
- 15 Brief Mindfulness Practices
- Mindful Reminders for Finals
- Stress Less, Study Harder
- Take 10 to Reduce Stress
- Tips for Reducing Stress
Alcohol and Drugs
Tufts "Give It a Try" Social Norms Campaign
Please make program requests at least two weeks prior to program date to email@example.com. A meeting with HPP staff is highly encouraged to customize your program and discuss material/supply needs. Programs on other health/wellness topics are available by request.
Healthy Hall Snacks
- Help residents learn what comprises a healthy snack.
- Brief overview of key nutrients and benefits
- Prepare a healthy snack with residents. Recipe offerings include smoothies, yogurt parfaits, and build-your-own "Lunchables".
De-stressing in Academic Life
- Through case studies and group discussion, explore ways to overcome stumbling blocks all students face.
- Gain strategies to de-stress, manage procrastination, and develop sustainable approaches to challenging situations.
When a Party Becomes a Problem
- Create a mock party scene and demonstrate how the setting can contribute to problems with alcohol.
- Participants use BAC calculators, and “drunk” goggles to simulate levels of intoxication.
Who Has Your B.A.C. (Blood Alcohol Concentration)?
- How do you know how much alcohol you drank?
- How do you know you are belong the legal limit?
- How does your surroundings influence your level of intoxication?
- Learn this and other factors that influence how alcohol impacts how drunkenness.
Hey It’s Legal; No Problem…?
- Understand how the new marijuana law in Massachusetts is enforced both on- and off-campus.
- Learn how different types of products and means of intake impact you.