National Nutrition Month®
Celebrate National Nutrition Month to Eat Well, Live Well!
In the Summer and Fall, shop the weekly Vanderbilt Farmers' Market for fresh-picked or prepared items, local produce, dairy items, artisan breads, and more!
Check Weight and Blood Pressure With Higi On Campus and Across the Country
Checking weight and blood pressure is convenient, simple, fun and rewarding with Higi machines on campus and across the country.
TB Skin Test Training Program
VUMC nurses can undergo training to become certified to place TB Skin Tests for patients and for their peers. The TB Skin Test training program consists of three steps:
MRI Screening Questionnaire
People who work in or around Zones III and IV of the MRI suite are exposed to very strong magnetic fields. These magnetic fields can affect internal devices or foreign materials in the body, such as pacemakers, aneurysm clips, other implants, and joint replacements. These items can move or vibrate, become "activated" unintentionally, or become hot as a result of exposure to the magnetic field.
Post-Traumatic Stress Self-Assessment
When a person experiences, witnesses, or is confronted with an event or situation that involves actual or threatened death, serious injury, or a threat to the physical integrity of self or others, he or she can experience fear, helplessness, and horror. PTSD results when effects of exposure to a traumatic event persist beyond one month following the event. Please answer "Yes" or "No" if you have been exposed to or witnessed a traumatic event and have engaged in or experienced any of the following over the past month on a fairly consistent basis.
Alcohol Use Self-Assessment
According to the World Health Organization's moderate drinking guidelines, women should consume no more than one 5 ounce serving of alcohol per day, and men are to consume no more than two 5 ounce serving of alcohol per day. A 5 ounce serving of alcohol is equal to one shot of 100 proof liquor or a 12 ounce mug of beer. In addition, women should not consume more than 4 alcoholic beverages on any occasion, and men should not consume more than 5. The more a person goes over these recommended amounts of alcohol consumption, the higher his or her risk for alcohol dependence.
Return to Work Program
The Return to Work Program allows you to continue working after a job-related illness or injury even when you cannot do all of your regular duties. This lets you continue working, earning pay, receiving benefits and lets you save your accrued time-off for other needs.
Quitting smoking is the most effective action you can take to improve your overall health and prevent many diseases or illnesses. It is hard to quit smoking and a lot of people make many tries to quit before becoming a non smoker.