Supporting your health and wellness
The keys to good health are lifestyle management and reducing your risk factors. Our wide variety of resources can help you get healthy and stay healthy.
Read on for information about our health and wellness classes and support groups, online tools and resources, and our health newsletters.
Classes and Support Groups
Knowledge is power when it comes to your health. Our classes and support groups can help you:
- Find ways to lead a healthier life
- Learn more about a disease or condition
- Discover resources for the support you may need along the way
The University of Kansas Hospital offers wellness programs, screenings and support groups to help you take control of your health. Register online.
Turning Point: The Center for Hope and Healingoffers additional classes and resources for those living with serious or chronic illness and their families. Learn more about the programs available through Turning Point.
Tools and Resources
Search our health library to learn about conditions and illnesses, use interactive tools to help manage your health and determine health and health-risk indicators such as body weight and diabetes. Browse our healthy living tips to read wellness articles, recipes and quizzes. Learn about Turning Point, whose mission is to empower and transform the mind, body, and spirit of individuals, families, and friends living with serious or chronic physical illness.
Subscribe to our health-focused magazine or electronic newsletters for health and wellness information from experts at The University of Kansas Hospital.
Subscribe to one of our electronic newsletters to receive health and wellness resources conveniently delivered to your inbox.
Monthly health tips, recipes and great information for general wellness.
Your Healthy Heart Connection
Quarterly update on the latest information for living a heart-healthy life with a special focus on issues affecting women's heart health.
In the Game
In the Game is our sports medicine e-newsletter for coaches, parents and youth athletes. Subscribe to In the Game on our Sports Medicine Resources page.