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Get your health questions answered by Wellbeing staff

 
 
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PULLMAN – The WSU Wellbeing staff is offering a new service called Ask WB.

 
Ask WB is a health education and information resource for faculty, staff and students. Submissions will be kept anonymous and answered by Wellbeing staff in collaboration with WSU educators, health care providers and health professionals. 
 
The Wellbeing staff will help find the answers and information related to the eight dimensions of health:
  • nutrition
  • exercise
  • relationships
  • stress
  • emotional health
  • sexual health
  • alcohol
  • drugs
  • general health
 
If you have a question, you can submit it at askwb.wsu.edu or call 335-WELL, and most answers will be provided within three days.
 
“Ask WB is built and driven by cougars and provides students with a safe environment to ask wellbeing related questions” said Erin Carroll, Wellbeing graduate assistant.

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