Health News and Tips
The Carroll Health Center staff believe the best “medicine” for staying healthy is education.
Visit this page often to view tips on seasonal health issues, such as flu prevention, how to stay healthy and hydrated in the summer heat, and more.
Campus Safety and Stalking: The National Center for Victims of Crime site gives statistics, stalking laws for each state, national resources and more. For victim assistance you can call 1800-FYI-CALL. Link to: http://www.ncvc.org/src/main.aspx?dbID=dash_Home
Visit http://www.gmu.edu/facstaff/sexual/Stalking_Campus.htm to get tips to reduce your risk on campus. The site also includes other helpful information on related topics such as: healthy relationships, rape and sexual assault prevention and recovery.
Sexually Transmitted Infections: To get accurate, easy-to-understand facts about sexually transmitted
infections visit http://www.ashastd.org/ and download ASHA’s STI Fact Sheets in pdf format on the ASHA web site.
Wake County Human Services provides a free HIV/STD clinic every WednesdayFor more information, visit the Health Center waiting area, where brochures on a variety of health and wellness topics can be found. The Health Center’s collection includes many brochures, magazines, and books on health issues such as nutrition, health maintenance, and disease.