Stanford WELL for Life
Building the science to improve and sustain health and wellbeing globally
What is WELL?
Why join WELL?
Explore 10 domains of wellbeing
Discover ways to improve your health and happiness
Access exclusive and original content free for life
Our 30 minute survey is the first step to understanding and improving your wellbeing
Better Sleep Challenge
Can you adopt healthy sleep behaviors for one week?
The challenge is open to anyone 18 and older living in the U.S.
Who are we?
WELL for Life is a new and cutting-edge study at the Stanford Prevention Research Center (SPRC). WELL is shifting the lens of chronic disease prevention by focusing on wellbeing- what does it mean to be well and how can we intervene to increase one's wellbeing.
Who can join?
Anyone 18 or older who lives in the US is invited. We would like to have people from all walks of life join us- sick, healthy, old, young, men, women, and anyone else is invited.
How do you join?
Click “Join Now” and complete the informed consent form, which will provide you with details about your participation. Within the hour you will receive an email granting you access to the WELL portal.
We will never charge you, ask for a credit card, or ask you to make a purchase.
Your Role at WELL
We will ask you to complete the wellbeing survey once each year. You will receive emails from us when we publish new content that you may be interested in. You are not obligated to respond and can stop participating at any time.
The Wellbeing Survey
Our online survey can be completed in about 30-40 minutes, and will ask about a variety of factors that may impact your wellbeing. You can stop the survey and return to it at any time.
Each completed survey gives you customized feedback based on your results and/or quality information about the relevant topic. More complete surveys give more accurate feedback and access to informational content.
Your information is protected by Stanford, HIPAA, and federal regulations. We will never share your identifying information without your consent.
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Jan 20, 2017
Debunking healthy eating myths with Christopher Gardner
Jan 19, 2017
Christopher Gardner weighs in on the fat in our diets
Jan 11, 2017