The Daily Eastern News

Do yourself a favor; just go to sleep

Logan Raschke, News Editor

April 18, 2019

Go to bed. I understand that you probably have a lot on your plate, but just go to bed. Adults aged 18-25 are supposed to get between 7-9 hours of sleep a night. I want you now to think about the last time you had a good 7-9 hours of sleep. Well, seeing how we’ve only got one more week of school l...

An alternate form of relaxation: ASMR

February 7, 2019

When you think of relaxation, you maybe associate it with sitting back with a good book or show, playing some good tunes and closing your eyes, eating some comfort snacks and not thinking of the stresses of work and school. Maybe your go-to is a nice bubble bath with a fizzy, colorful, scented bath ...

HERC to host presentations on sleep, stress

Brianna Lewis, Contributing Writer

February 7, 2019

The Health Education Resource Center is providing a panther sleep open session for students on Thursday to learn whether or not they are getting enough sleep at night in the Martin Luther King Jr. University Union. This open session consists of two different presentations: “Stress and Sleep Management,...

Sleep presentation aims to put students to rest

Jasmine Terry, Contributing Writer

April 1, 2018

As part of a Healthy Spring Wellness series, the Health Education Resource Center will give a presentation on sleep. “Snoozin’ like a Panther” is set for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Student Recreation Center’s meeting room. An open session will take place at the same time on April 11 in the...

Live a healthy lifestyle: wash your hands

Staff Editorial

December 4, 2017

It is officially that time of year again. What, you thought we meant Christmas? No. As excited members of the editorial board of The Daily Eastern News are for the upcoming holiday festivities, we mean that time of year when everyone seems to be getting sick. We see our fellow students snifflin...

Snoozin’ like a panther a success

Bree Rehar, health promotions coordinator at Health Education Resounce Center kicks off the “Snoozin’ Like a Panther” seminar in the Martinsville room in the Martin Luther King Jr. Union Monday. She educated students on how thier enviroment and health habbits can affect their sleep and then inturn their grades.

Liz Stephens, Staff Reporter

February 7, 2017

Nine out of ten college students report poor sleep quality, according the Health Education Resource Center. At a presentation called “Snoozing like a Panther,” the center gave tips for students to get a better night’s rest and informed them of the benefits of sleep. Bree Rehor, a health promotion...

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