If you’re new to SLCC, don’t feel overwhelmed. Check out these services to help you be a better student.
Students need sleep. Learn more about the dangers of sleep deprivation and what you can do to stay on schedule.
Students and staff have a new way to schedule visits with their health provider on campus.
Stress is a problem for many SLCC students, and the Center for Health and Counseling wants to help.
Get your flu shot at no charge, while supplies last.
Get a running start on a fit lifestyle through Health and Lifetime Activities classes.
As final week approaches, de-stress fest helps students find some relief. Read on for some simple techniques you can put in your study routine.
Diabetes is on the rise in America; Bryan Baucom explains the challenges of the disease and what resources diabetics have access to on campus.
With the recent string of local measles cases, Alyssa Paulsen sorts through vaccination protocols and the unnecessary risk parents put their children under.
College students don’t have a lot of time to think about their heart. Elysa Giles explores some lifestyle choices that may be putting your heart at risk.
As we get closer to the harsh winter months, it never hurts to have some additional help staving off diseases like the Flu and the common cold. Reporter Brook Bartlett gives you a list of foods to eat in order to avoid getting sick.
Learn a little bit about SLCC’s School of Health Sciences and what one can expect upon enrolling in the Dental Hygiene Program.