Physical

Physical well-being is how one takes care of their body through proper nutrition, exercise, sleep, hydration, medical checkups, safe sex, and weight management. 

 


A brief discussion about the importance of African Americans taking the COVID-19 vaccine

The COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly devastating to communities of color, especially black communities. The vaccine is our best shot to...

Lung Cancer Screening

Today on the vlog, Dr. Lovoria Williams discusses lung cancer screening. The US Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) created a lung cancer...

Modifiable Risk Factors for People with Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders

Dr. Zim Okoli shares 5 modifiable risk factors for people living with mental health and substance use disorders: Poverty: Dr. Okoli states...

Physical Fitness and Mental Wellness for the Win

Beck Pennington, former UK Men's Tennis Team player at the number one singles and doubles position and current Assistant Tennis Coach at the...

Physical Well-Being Part 1: Sleep  

“Getting started is the hardest part.” a thought that we tell ourselves and others when they ask how our diet, exercise plan, or other...

Physical Well-Being Part 2: Fueling Your Body  

Part 2 of our Physical Well-Being Series is all about fueling your body!  We should strive for a well-balanced whole foods...

Physical Well-Being Part 3: Physical Activity 

Part 3 of our Physical Well-being series is all about physical activity!  Physical Activity  The easiest way to...

Suicide Prevention

Today on the vlog we have with us Marc Woods, Assistant Chief Nurse Executive for Behavioral Health at UK Healthcare. Marc discusses suicide...

Suicide Task Force

Today on the vlog we have with us Marc Woods, Assistant Chief Nurse Executive for Behavioral Health at UK Healthcare. We are in the midst of a...

The Role of Architectural Design in the Wellbeing of Patients Living with Rheumatic Diseases.

Architecture plays an important role within the health sector. Architects are given the unique task of meeting traditional architectural standards...

The Tobacco Quitline: Things You Should Know

1-800-QUIT-NOW (you may want to write that down) is a toll-free number run by the National Cancer Institute.  Read Transcript