New effort focuses on preventing unwanted pregnancies at community colleges.
As Lincoln U. debates fitness requirement for obese students, other institutions search for less controversial ways to deal with the issue.
Faculty members vote to keep health class that set off national debate, but to make it optional.
After a wave of colleges banned smoking, some officials feel pressure to make exceptions, and still grapple with enforcement.
Higher ed asks Congress to tweak its bill to ensure that college-based plans aren't classified as pricier "individual" policies.
Campus counseling centers report a 16% increase in last year in students seeking assistance.
U. of Indianapolis encourages students to exercise, and eat well, with a new set of courses.
Colleges take steps to accommodate growing numbers of students with food allergies.
Upsetting some students, U. of Minnesota Medical School stops using live patients to teach pelvic exams.
Economic realities shrink classes at a few U.S. medical schools, undercutting push to increase physician work force.
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