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Fight the winter blues with these tips, experts say By: Rachel Vanderford, email@example.com The holiday season can present challenges for many reasons. Navigating family dynamics, managing busy schedules and coping with travel-related stress can be difficult for everyone. However, for some, the abrupt changes associated with winter can significantly impact mental health. Seasonal Affective Disorder, or […]
AG announces ‘One Pill Can Kill’ initiative, followed by naloxone training for student leaders OCTOBER 6, 2023 BY ERIN GARRETT An Ole Miss student pharmacist (right) explains how to recognize and treat an opioid overdose to fellow students at a Narcan training event Thursday (Oct 5.) in the Ole Miss Student Union. The university hosted the session […]
University health professionals weigh in on adenovirus awareness, prevention OCTOBER 5, 2023 BY CLARA TURNAGE Although adenoviruses generally cause mild symptoms, it is important to consult with a doctor and let them know all your symptoms to prevent serious infection. The viruses can cause flu-like symptoms and often go undiagnosed. Adobe Stock photo OXFORD, Miss. – As […]
Effort to help students, faculty, staff understand importance of social, mental and physical well-being OCTOBER 2, 2023 BY CLARA TURNAGE Chancellor Glenn Boyce (center) and other senior university leaders attend Mental Health First Aid training as a part of the ongoing Chancellor’s GROVE Well-Being Initiative. The initiative focuses on increasing awareness and use of campus services surrounding […]
UM health expert offers tips for avoiding heat-related illnesses during summer AUGUST 10, 2023 BY EDWIN B. SMITH Ole Miss students use an umbrella to create some shade as they attempt to stay cool outdoors on campus. Staying in the shade is one of the best was to beat the summertime heat. Photo by Robert Jordan/Ole Miss […]