By Catherine Carrejo
This Friday morning, I woke up with a terrible cold. Tired and achy, the last thing I wanted to do was drag myself out of bed and trudge over to the University Health Center. 437 more words
BY RYAN HARMON
Arkansas Tech University’s Health and Wellness Center is hosting several health-related events for students to participate in throughout the semester.
Rebecca Gray, director of Health Services, said the programs are designed to help students overcome specific struggle areas. 503 more words
If you have a functioning uterus, chances are you have a plan for if you ever find yourself staring at a positive pregnancy test. Whether it’s something you’re hoping for or definitely trying to avoid, there’s no question that pregnancy on a college campus can be a dicey issue. 557 more words
Whenever I give a workshop or a lecture, I never fail to encourage participants to read “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Victor Frankl. He was a psychiatrist who survived the Nazi concentration camps during World War II and who developed a form of psychotherapy called Logotherapy as a result. 429 more words
Ms. Gabree, a Nurse Practitioner and HIV Specialist, is known for her expertise in adult primary care, HIV specialty care and substance abuse treatment. She is extremely active within the local HIV community in an effort to improve HIV-related education opportunities for local healthcare workers. 145 more words