Did you know that some STDs have no signs or symptoms? Learn more about STDs by reading fact sheets provided by CDC: http://www.cdc.gov/features/stdawareness/
March is Women's History Month! Celebrate Women in STEM careers!
Did you know that the “seasonal flu season” in the United States can begin as early as October and last as late as May? Yes, February and March can be one of the most contagious months.
Six game rules for food safety! http://www.cdc.gov/features/superbowlplaybook/
What is frostbite? Recognize the symptoms: http://www.webmd.com/first-a…/understanding-frostbite-basics
How do you stay healthy as a college student?
How do Doctor's avoid cold and flu germs? Read this Webmd article on how to stay healhty! http://www.webmd.com/…/preventing-cold-and-flu-how-doctors-…
Student Health Center now has TB test available! Students needing them for Nursing or to live in University Village should call for an appointment right away!
What is Sleep Hygiene?
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Student Health Services Center Fall Hours~
Saturday and Sunday- CLOSED
**If you need an appointment and cannot make these hours, please contact our Director, Maureen Panares at 219-989-1235
The Counseling Center is promoting Depression Screening during October! Take a moment to take a screening for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. Consider taking a screening yourself, or encourage a friend, or a relative to take the screening. The screening is completely anonymous and confidential is for screening purposes only: this is not intended to be a diagnostic instrument.
Taking one of the screens at the website is one of the quickest and easiest ways to... identify symptoms of a mental health concern. The results can provide you with specific talking points to discuss with your mental health provider or medical provider.
The Counseling Center and Student Health Service Center encourage you to see a professional if you are concerned about depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. These disorders are treatable and respond well to professional mental health counseling. Prescription medications may be considered as a modality of treatment with counseling.