The Princeton Review bestows the national honor on UHS again in 2017.
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Being up-to-date on your immunizations before you come to campus protects you against vaccine-preventable diseases and lowers your chances of spreading illness to others.
Violence prevention professionals and victim advocates from across the conference gather at UW-Madison for annual meeting.
Five reasons to choose the UW-Madison Student Health Insurance Plan.
First-year and incoming transfer students will participate in a new online interpersonal violence prevention training program called U Got This!
Odds are that if you’ve spent a summer in Wisconsin, you’ve heard of blue-green algae and its ability to shut down our beaches and, in turn, our summertime fun. But what exactly is blue-green algae, and why should you know about it?
The director of University Health Services (UHS) departs this month to take on a new role as the associate vice provost for student affairs and chief student health officer at the University of Southern California.
Meningitis response a testament to strong campus, community partnerships
Safe swimming tips “Summer” and “swimming” are practically synonymous in a state that boasts over 15,000 lakes. While swimming and other water recreation is a great way to enjoy the blissful summer months, it is important to recognize the dangers that swimming can pose if done unsafely. In 2013 alone, 52 deaths were due to […]
Angela Janis and Andrea Lawson appointed as UHS Mental Health Services Co-Directors.