The Georgia Bulldogs will take part in college football’s mental health week during the 2022 season, which is scheduled for October 1-8 this fall. Plans include the Bulldogs wearing a helmet decal for their home game against Auburn on Oct. 8.
The American Heart Association estimates that over 350,000 Americans will experience cardiac arrest annually while at home, work, or play. Over 80% of those will be fatal.
With all the different protein powder supplements on the market it can be easy to get overwhelmed in picking the best option. Between whey, plant-based, and collagen proteins, it can be hard to decide which one is the best fit for you.
The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) has received reports of increased overdoses (OD) in various areas of Georgia in March 2022, caused by drugs mixed with fentanyl, particularly cocaine, methamphetamine, and counterfeit pills that could resemble substances like Adderall or Xanax.
The University Health Center applauds the efforts of student groups working to eliminate the stigma attached to mental health issues. Thank you to the Inter-Fraternity Council and Sigma Chi Fraternity for hosting this event. Photo courtesy of Inter-Fraternity Council and Sigma Chi
College is a time for many firsts. For some students, one of those “firsts” may include going to the gynecologist for the first time.
Dear Families and Supporters, On behalf of the University Health Center, welcome to Bulldog Nation! As the campus medical and wellness home for students at the University of Georgia, we endorse behaviors that support whole person health and wellness.
In addition to the beautiful blooms on north campus, spring also means preparations for end of semester exams, and for some students, graduation. While this can be an exciting time, spring may bring apprehension for some as they prepare for the next phase of life’s journey. The University Health Center, in conjunction with the University…
April is Earth Month. You’re probably familiar with the term sustainability when it comes to environmental impact of reusable versus disposable products, transportation choices, and energy use. But what about food choices? With over seven billion people living, breathing, and eating on planet Earth, our daily food choices can add up to a big environmental…
Dr. Chris Corbett, Director of Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS), recently spent some time talking with Simran Kaur Malhotra, host of The Athens Frontline, a podcast from The Red & Black dedicated to the discussion of health topics, tips, and news. Listen in on their conversation about how the pandemic has affected the mental health…