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 November 2014
With midterms winding down and the semester nearing a close, the anticipation for Thanksgiving break surely begins to mount.
Take the pledge and be an active bystander! You may have heard of It’s On Us, The White House’s national campaign against college sexual assault. It’s On Us is an awareness campaign anyone can join. You and your friends can make a change, big or small, to help create a safe campus environment free from […]
Wash your hands! You’ve probably been hearing this since you were a kid, but it’s one of the most important, and simple, ways to avoid getting sick.
Say goodbye to UTIs …and if you get one, some tips for handling it. Like its name “Urinary Tract Infection” suggests, a UTI is an infection anywhere in the urinary tract, which includes: Kidneys (filter the blood to produce urine) Ureters (carry urine from kidneys to bladder) Bladder (stores urine) Urethra (carries urine from bladder […]
Want to get more active but don’t know how? Try experimenting with exercise in Kines 145: Choosing to Move. This unique, 2-credit course aims to inform students of general exercise principles, how to get up and moving, and the effects of regular exercise on everyday life. As a busy student, making the time to exercise […]