The Southwest Institute for Research on Women is hosting a Sept. 22 forum to discuss adolescent substance use and recovery. The free and open-to-the-public town hall is expected to draw a diverse group including youth, families, health professionals and educators.
Dining Services, which produces food for UA restaurants and provides catering for events on campus, has been striving to revamp its image and advance a philosophy that food should be nutritious, fresh and, whenever possible, local and sustainable.
The Steele Children's Research Center at the UA College of Medicine has received a $3.6 million, five-year grant to train professionals to improve the health of infants, children and adolescents with – or at risk for – neurodevelopmental and related disabilities.
Sleep often suffers in a student’s freshman year, but a new study finds that young college students may think their sleep quality is better than it is. The study also demonstrates that a low-cost campus media campaign can help some students sleep better.