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Atomatic Electronic Defibrulator Map

Automatic External Defibrillator's map for Stanford Campus

Please download and place a printed copy in your building. It may save a life.

Learn more about AED's on BeWell

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HIP partners with Stanford Hospital and Clinics & Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.
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HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM CLASSES

REGISTER HERE for Summer 2014 Classes

Summer Quarter dates, Monday June 23rd through Friday August 29th, 2014.





Download the Schedule of Classes for Fitness (pdf)

Download the Schedule of Classes for Healthy Living (pdf)

Group Fitness At-A-Glance Class Schedule

Healthy Living At-A-Glance Class Schedule

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Our Mission

The Health Improvement Program (HIP) models the science of healthy living by using translational research to promote wellness. Our primary work involves Stanford University faculty and staff, but our programs are shared and utilized around the world.
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Calendar

View HIP's upcoming Healthy Living classes in the Stanford University
Event Calendar

 

Quick Tips and Tricks

What, Me Worry?
Why you should stop sweating everyday aggravations and embrace the benefits of stress. There you are, stuck in traffic. Minutes tick by as you inch the car forward, gripping the steering wheel with white-knuckled tension. What's worse, a glance at the clock tells you you're going to be late for that big meeting...
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Take a walk to get creative.
Walking boosts creative inspiration. Stanford researchers examined creativity levels of people while they walked versus while they sat. A person's creative output increased by an average of 60 percent when walking.
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Lifestyle accounts for about half of one's potential for health, although once you are an adult, it may account for as much as 80% of your health potential.

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