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 […]
UM researchers conduct first study of its kind to assess naloxone availability in state AUGUST 22, 2023 BY ERIN GARRETT Chad Westmoreland, a pharmacist at University Health Services, checks a naloxone kit. A recent paper from the School of Pharmacy found that the lifesaving drug naloxone is unavailable in more than 40% of Mississippi pharmacies. Photo by […]
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University to Provide Free Menstrual Products on Campus Student group Period@UM fights to end period poverty APRIL 17, 2023 BY CLARA TURNAGE The university is working this semester to install free menstrual product dispensers in the 25 most-trafficked buildings on campus, including this dispenser at the J.D. Williams Library. Photo by Sri Chattopadhyay/Ole Miss Digital Imaging Services […]
Film and March 28 panel discussion aim to educate public about endometriosis MARCH 17, 2023 BY EDWIN B. SMITH OXFORD, Miss. – Endometriosis, an often overlooked and misunderstood condition affecting more than 6 million women in the U.S., will take center stage through a March 28 documentary screening and panel discussion at the University of Mississippi. The chronic […]