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Living Well: Health and wellness tips from Indiana University

Online Dating

Living Well for February discusses online dating, elite college basketball players and academics, and emergency preparedness planning for people with intellectual disabilities. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Elizabeth Bridgwaters

Visit the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center for the opening of "Bridgwaters Family Photographs" and celebrate the beginning of Black History Month in this edition of Lecture Notes. Full Story >>

Living Well: Health and wellness tips from Indiana University

Winter Jog

In January's Living Well, Indiana University experts in fitness, cognitive science and health discuss tips and research involving cold-weather exercise, language learning through data mining and New Year's resolutions. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

Join Indiana University in celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with events around the state, including lectures, activities and an interfaith prayer service. Full Story >>

Living Well

E-Mail Diet Book

In December's Living Well, Informatics Professor Marty Siegel offers tips on managing e-mail before it manages you; Psychology Professor Bernardo J. Carducci helps ease the holiday blues; and Educational Psychology Professor Jerry Wilde discusses his book that speaks to adolescents and their depression and low self-esteem issues. Full Story >>

Indiana University legal experts address Guantanamo detainee case

Dawn Johnsen

Indiana University School of Law professors comment on Wednesday's (Dec. 5) Supreme Court hearing regarding whether federal judges have jurisdiction to hear cases brought by detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Full Story >>

Lecture Notes

In the last edition of Lecture Notes for 2007, explore careers in biology, meet New York Times bestselling author Jeannette Walls and find out more about the Lilly Library's collection of manuscripts by filmmaker Federico Fellini and his collaborator, Tullio Pinelli. Full Story >>

HIV and AIDS research from Indiana University

Condoms

This tip sheet discusses some of the AIDS- and HIV-related research conducted by Indiana University Bloomington sexual health experts, who discuss how the sexual behavior of young, rural singles is no less risky than their non-rural peers, bisexual men and AIDS/HIV prevention, and motivation for correct condom use. Dec. 1 is World AIDS Day. Full Story >>

Indiana University professor: Bush proposal unlikely to reduce airline delays

Clint Oster

President Bush's decision to let commercial airlines make more use of military air space is unlikely to produce fewer delays in the Thanksgiving travel season, says Clinton V. Oster Jr., a professor at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs and an expert on airline travel and safety. Full Story >>

Living Well

sports nutrition

Living Well for November discusses smart snacking after hard workouts and training, how people sabotage their best effort and steps to take when considering a career change. Full Story >>

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