On Sept. 26, and continuing through Oct. 5, the Health Center is holding a free flu shot clinic open to all MSU Denver students with a valid student ID. The clinic is rarely taken advantage of because students often prefer to go to their primary care physician or pharmacy or skip the shot altogether. Julie […]
Each year, college students go travel to fun destinations either over Spring Break or at some point in the year. These trips can lead to college students making bad decisions and may experience injuries, sexual assault, or legal issues. Providing educational information to students prevents and reduces the risks involved with risky or unsafe behaviors. […]
For many Americans, the conclusion of the holiday season comes with a balanced mixture of celebration and stress. After the shopping sprees have ended and the tree has been taken down, the prospects of a new year with new possibilities creeps into the forefront of many people’s minds. Creating realistic New Year’s resolutions can prove […]
Benjamin Smith gives you a look into an unpleasant illness and how to stay healthy.
The Phoenix center remains closed to Metro students at the start of the spring semester, despite hopes to make the services available to students again.
A University of Colorado at Denver student was diagnosed with an active case of Tuberculosis March 30, prompting a swift reaction by campus health center.
UCD put out an alert on its website the same day informing students the Denver Public Health Department had confirmed the case and that the school was taking all precautionary measures necessary in the situation.
A 20-year-old Metro student died April 8 due to a case of bacterial meningitis.