There haven’t been this many measles cases in the United States since 1994. Learn more about the disease and what you can do to protect yourself.
Students don’t have to go through stress alone. SLCC has several options and resources, including garden plots, massages, and counseling sessions.
The Center for Health and Counseling provides a wide array of medical services at low prices for students.
The weather inversions that plague the Salt Lake Valley trap pollution that is harmful to residents.
“Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” explores the relationship between health and culture of Native Americans and Pacific Islanders. The exhibit is currently on display at SLCC libraries.
Medical marijuana in Utah is on the ballot this fall. Learn more about the issue and tell us where you stand.
Local fitness experts say that the dreaded “Freshman 15” is nothing to worry about.
Sleep deprivation affects nearly one out of four SLCC students. Learn what you can do to develop healthy sleep habits.
An overdue discussion took place at SLCC’s Grand Theatre. The discussion covered experiences with abuse and healing from abuse.
The HLAC department hosted a conference to improve the fitness levels of SLCC students and staff.
The Great American Smokeout took place Thursday, Nov. 9 at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
As temperatures drop, the flu season rises. Learn what you can do to lower your risk of infection.