Health and Wellness


Healthy Beginnings: Recommendations for Pregnancy and Birth

Learn about the Vanderbilt School of Nursing Nurse-Midwifery program and recommendations for healthy lifestyle through pregnancy.

Montezuma’s Revenge: Understanding and Preventing Traveler’s Diarrhea

About 60% of travelers who return from an under-developed country experience traveler's diarrhea. Listen to Physician Assistant Paula Monte from the Vanderbilt Travel Clinic offer help tips.

Emotions and Your Money: The Link Between Feeling and Spending

The Cost of Retail Therapy: Why it feels so good...until it doesn't.

Learn Three Simple Steps to Well-Being at Work

Learn how to accomplish your well-being at work.

Respite: A Service for Family Caregivers

Learn about the benefits of respite for family caregivers when traveling.

Mindfulness Minute

What is mindfulness and how can we practice mindfulness at work? In this edition we discuss what mindfulness is and give you an opportunity to try a one-minute meditation.

Everyday Jet Lag: What’s Your Chronotype?

Are you a morning person or a night owl? Teera talks with Neurology and Sleep Medicine Assistant Professor, Dr. Kelly Brown to learn how being out of sync with your circadian rhythm can affect your health.

Sleepless In Nashville: Say Goodnight to Insomnia Update

Struggling with insomnia? Listen as Work-Life Connections presents an update of its March, 2013 Wellcast: How to Say Goodnight to Insomnia.

Positive Coping Strategies for a Family Caregiver

Angela Hopkins explains why it is important for a family caregiver to develop positive coping strategies and how important it is to have a support system as a family caregiver.

What is a Healthy Diet?

There are so many diets out there that it can be confusing to know what guidelines and recommendations to follow. Jamie Pope, MS, RD, LDN talks about US and International Dietary Guidelines and how to follow a healthy diet.

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