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UF Mindfulness Day to explore mindfulness and social change

On Monday, April 1, the University of Florida will host UF Mindfulness Day, a daylong event focused on the intersection of mindfulness and social change. The event, which will be held at the J. Wayne Reitz Union from 8:20 a.m. to 7 p.m., will feature topical talks, mindfulness meditation, yoga and compassion practices throughout the day.

Did you know March is Florida Bike Month?

As part of the awareness month, UF’s Office of Sustainability is hosting a number of events for UF faculty and staff, including Bike to Campus Day on Wednesday, March 27, which will celebrate bicyclists who cycle-commute to campus.

Spring cleaning for your physical and mental health

Spring is here, and with it comes a chance for a fresh start for your home and office health. Spring cleaning not only leaves you with a cleaner environment, but it also has many health benefits, including a positive effect on emotional health, productivity and physical health.

Perk Up Your Summer! UF GatorPerks and Summer Camps Expo is March 14

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It’s not too early to start making plans for the summer. Join us at the Champions Club on Thursday, March 14, to meet representatives from area youth summer camps and to learn more about UF’s year-round GatorPerks program, which offers discounts on travel, entertainment, restaurants, health and wellness services, and much more.

March Wellness Wednesday addresses brain health

On March 6, Demetrius Maraganore, MD, BJ and Eve Wilder Professor of Alzheimer’s Disease in the UF Department of Neurology, presented “Paradigm Shift: From Brain Disorders to Brain Health – Primary Prevention of Cognitive Decline and Dementia” as part of our Wellness Wednesday series. If you missed the presentation, you can now view the recording online.