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Southern's health center advises students to get tested for STDs

Adrianna Rochester – Special to the Southern News

At SCSU, chlamydia and gonorrhea are the most common STDs found on campus, followed by HPV and Herpes, according to Emily Rosenthal, the coordinator of the wellness center. 865 more words

News

Ewha Health Center

Few weeks ago I started getting these very tiny, clear blisters all over my fingertips which later then evolved into the skin cracking and peeling. It was starting to get to a point where 9 out of 10 of my fingertips have skin peeling off and is very sensitive to heat and pressure. 402 more words

Exchange Student

Health Center Care Details

The Cox Health and Counseling Center serves as a resource on campus, providing the community with everything from flu appointments, flu shots, and counseling. The health center is touted as an important feature of campus, but does it fall under the category of overpriced American Healthcare?   390 more words

Commentary

Administered Health Care Center

Administered Health Care Centers undoubtedly become quite popular because they offer affordable care that is not available elsewhere. They have trained and knowledgeable staff and usually are not too concerned with insurance. 226 more words

Cancer Treatment

Do it Today: Free STD Clinic @ Health Center

The Health Center will be offering free testing for gonorrhea and chlamydia from 3 to 6 pm today. A limited number of HIV tests will also be available, though the number may increase based on demand. 110 more words

Features

2009 First Year Student Found Living in MacGregor Basement

BLANCHARD CAMPUS CENTER — Earlier today Sharon McGady was found living in an abandoned room in the MacGregor basement that the Office of Residential Life had been forced to close after repeated rat infestations. 237 more words

The Health Center's Ridiculous Policy

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

Opinion