Staff who educate on health issues from alcohol abuse to sexual assault want help from the people students really look to learn from: faculty.
Survivors of sexual assault want Congress to expand protections and increase campus funding with the reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act, but some say the provisions would go too far.
Some colleges, responding to rising premiums, are dropping student insurance plans in the wake of the health care overhaul. Most of those students will wind up with better coverage, officials say.
Campus health centers are being hammered by unusual circumstances as they struggle to stay afloat financially. A way forward, while unclear, is imminent, health officials said at a conference last week.
Campus health officials don't have much to work with when trying to preemptively identify potentially dangerous students. Here's what they know -- and what they can do.
An unprecedented national database aggregates student health records to track more detailed data and identify new trends in college health -- but it's not without difficulty.
New study suggests that college health centers either aren't prioritizing or don't know how to address the growing (but still rare) presence of HIV among young men who have sex with men.
Health promotion programs that use rewards to try to change student behavior invariably fail, speaker argues at annual meeting of college professionals.
Just how effectively would students be able to find emergency contraception if college health centers were not an option? Not very, a new study suggests.
Faced with a federal requirement to cover contraception, Franciscan University of Steubenville chose to stop offering student health insurance altogether.
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