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For some, this will be their first holiday season with family and friends since making a change in their diet. For others, they’ll be spending the holiday away from home and sharing foods from different cultures or customs. Whether adopting a vegetarian or vegan diet, avoiding something that triggers digestive
Adjustment to a new environment, a new semester, or even a change in weather can affect the way we think, feel, and act. There are so many stressors, external and internal, that we experience throughout life that can make us feel low, anxious, overwhelmed, or lonely. Therapy Assistance Online (TAO)
1. Not all college students are sexually active. According to the National College Health Assessment, 35% of undergraduate students reported having no sexual partners within the past year, and 49% of undergraduate students reported having 1 – 2 sexual partners within the past year.
Did you know the University Health Center offers $5 cooking classes? During these classes, students participate in making a delicious meal while learning about nutrition and food prep from campus dietitians, dietetic interns, and Peer Nutrition Educators.
Looking for ways to be more organized and prioritize critical commitments including self-care, academics, and finding ways to be involved in our community? Creating a routine that offers structure and flexibility can help you find a schedule that feels right for you!
Two UGA students “sat down” with me for a conversation around their personal journeys. They offered their wisdom and wit in navigating life as students who took time off from their roles here at UGA and decided to return, after receiving treatment and support for their addiction(s) elsewhere. Our hope
September is National Recovery Month. Throughout this month, the Collegiate Recovery Community here at UGA has committed to offering media, stories, facts, and practical tips to promote awareness of recovery, which is possible (in case you were wondering) and closer to you than you might think.
There’s a lot of misinformation floating around the internet about the COVID-19 vaccines. It can be challenging to distinguish between what’s true and what isn’t. The University Health Center is here to clear up any confusion and support students, faculty, and staff in making informed-decisions about their health and well-being.