• The Time is Now!

    The sooner you complete your Biometric Screening and PHA the sooner you can begin taking advantage of valuable resources and programs and begin earning incentives.

    Don’t miss out on 2015 medical plan choice, premium credit and up to $150 in gift cards!

    September 30, 2014 deadline is quickly approaching. Get moving today!

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  • Breathe easyBuckeyes are tobacco free

    The Ohio State University, tobacco free inside and out.

    Learn more at tobaccofree.osu.edu

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  • Climb Every Day That's my plan.

    Geoff Chatas,
    Y P 4 H Champion

    In June 2012, I weighed 240 pounds and as a high school graduation present for my daughter, we decided to hike from the south rim of the Grand Canyon to the Colorado River and back to the rim to celebrate her accomplishments. The hike, which took us six and a half hours five years ago, took me thirteen and a half hours this time, and I needed help from my daughter to finish the hike. See all Champions

    View My Story Geoff Chatas

  • Journal Every Day That's my plan.

    Kam King,
    Y P 4 H Champion

    Physical health isn’t always indicative of one's overall health. I learned that firsthand last year. See all Champions

    View My Story Kam King

  • Cycle Every Day That's my plan.

    Yvette Mitchell,
    Y P 4 H Champion

    My story begins with me growing up in the hills of West Virginia. I did not grow up learning how to eat healthy. I remember almost every meal we had involved some type of fried meat, homemade bread, gravy or potatoes, and when we did have vegetables they were cooked with lots of fatty meat for seasoning. See all Champions

    View My Story Yvette Mitchell

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Y P 4 H rewards you for improving your health and well-being. Because the happier and healthier you are, the more you can enjoy life and be your best. Log in to see all of the new changes to the 2014 YP4H incentive program.

 

Events & Alerts

Health Poll

Melanoma -- the most deadly skin cancer -- most often occurs where?

Answer: 
D) Back & Legs -- Most skin cancers strike the most exposed parts of the body, such as the face, ears, neck, forearms, and hands. Melanoma is different. It's often seen on the upper back for men and the lower legs and upper back for women. That's why it's important to wear sunscreen all over your body.

A Rainbow of Health

What the different colors of fruits and veggies mean to you.

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  • Complete Your Screening and PHA!

    The sooner you complete your Biometric Health Screening and PHA the sooner you can begin taking advantage of valuable resources, programs and begin earning incentives! Don't miss out on 2015 medical plan choice, premium credit and up to $150 in gift cards!

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  • Champion in Action - Melissa Stenger

    Follow Melissa Stenger from the Department of Neuroscience as she takes you on her journey to train for her first half marathon. Check back regularly for updates as she shares her achievements, obstacles, thoughts and tips along the way.

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Spotlight

  • College of Social Work, Field Placement Office

  • Stephanie Little

    Patient Care Associate

    University Hospital East - Orthopaedics

  • Tina Thome

    Director, Campus Campaign

    OSU Alumni Association

  • Paula Neutzling

    Laboratory Supervisor

    Mansfield Campus

We’re turning the spotlight on Ohio State faculty and staff who have found interesting ways to stay healthy and achieve their personal goals. Read about what works for them, and you may find a new way to focus on your health and wellness.

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