June 16, 2016
5 Facts About Eating Disorders On A College Campus
Eating disorders affect millions of individuals in the United States. Around ten million females and one million males battle with this disease.
The occurrence of eating disorders is prevalent on college campuses due to the change of environment. The amplified pressure and stress from being a college student can lead to various mental health problems such as an eating disorder.
Individuals between the ages of 18-21 are more susceptible to... Read More
March 30, 2015
Fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of chronic diseases!
Throughout your childhood did you parents not let you leave the table until you finished your plate of green peas? Well as we all know our parents want the best for us and by making sure we ate all of our vegetables, they were actually helping us in reducing the risk of many chronic diseases.
Fruits and vegetables are crucial for healthy maintenance of our body. These super foods provide essential vitamins and minerals, fiber,... Read More
May 5, 2014
The dentist may not be everyone's favorite place to go and it may be tempting to ditch a few visits but skipping on these appointment could cause much more harm than an uncomfortable visit. Just think about all the things we use our mouth for, talking, singing, eating. It's important to keep our mouth healthy so that we can continue using it without any pain.
While you may think brushing twice a day will be enough, it's actually not. Dentists are trained to look for warning... Read More
April 18, 2014
On Tuesday, April 22nd at 7pm a documentary film will be played in the MUB Theater 2 titled “The Anonymous People”. Health services, S.A.F.E Peer Education, and the UNH Department of Social Work sponsor this event.
“The Anonymous People” is a film about the 23 million Americans who are suffering and recovering from addition to alcohol and other drugs.It focuses on the problems of the current solutions, and evokes the audience to become involved in a new solution.This film highlights the... Read More
February 17, 2014
While caught in the middle of studying for exams and writing papers this semester, one thing you are probably looking forward to is spring break. When this week of fun you’ve had planned for so long is so close you can almost taste it, the thought of potentially getting sick before, during or after your trip may not even cross your mind. Wherever your destination may be, the potential for experiencing disease and illness is much greater when traveling. With many students soon boarding... Read More
February 4, 2014
Doesn’t it seem like we are always hearing about how we can lower health care costs? Do you ever wonder if there are any good things that are being done by medical organizations to help us in the battle of rising health costs? Well here is something that I recently learned about; comparative effectiveness research.
Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) is research conducted on topics like comparing effectiveness of treatments, prevention, management and treatment of preventable disease, as... Read More