Postdoctoral Resident | Denu’s professional interests focus on anxiety, depression, eating concerns, life transitions, identity development, and emotional distress related to chronic or acute medical illness.
Archives for March 2014
If you’ve had a hectic schedule this semester, staying in bed for most of spring break probably sounded like a great option. What better way to relax, right? Not if you were one of the many students hit with gastroenteritis over spring break. What’s gastroenteritis? Simply put, it’s the stomach flu. It’s nausea, vomiting and […]
This April, become an advocate for suicide prevention by participating in ASK.LISTEN.SAVE’s 4th annual Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Walk. ASK.LISTEN.SAVE is a student organization that works with UHS and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) to educate the student body and raise awareness about suicide prevention. They also strive to create a […]
While many students stay on campus or go home to see friends or family on Spring Break, others escape to warm beaches and sunny mountain tops. If you’re traveling this Spring Break, keep the following tips in mind during your vacation: If you plan on drinking: Know your limits. Alternate alcoholic drinks with water; avoid […]
And just like that, spring break is right around the corner! While some use spring break as a time to fly out to warmer temperatures, many students choose to stick around campus or venture home. Spring break is a great time to bounce out of old, unhealthy habits and start newer, healthier ones. Instead of […]
Welcome to “What We’re Seeing Now,” a rundown of which sicknesses UHS clinicians are seeing on campus. We’ll tell you what’s popping up to take you down and what you can do to prevent yourself from getting sick. So, it’s the beginning of March. You’re finding it hard to pay attention in class, you feel […]