The risk of monkeypox remains low but members of the campus community should familiarize themselves with the symptoms, monitor their health, and avoid skin-to-skin contact with others who have a rash or skin sores.
UHS provides some year-round tips to protect yourself from UV light!
UHS provides gender affirming care, one of these services include Hormone Replacement Treatment.
Learn about UHS many mental health services that are beyond counseling.
Extreme heat and humidity are in the forecast for Madison this week. As temperatures increase, so does the possibility for heat-related illnesses. When your body isn’t able to properly cool itself, you’re at greater risk …
Accreditation is a voluntary process and the campus health center improved on all compliance measures.
Content Warning: Sexual harassment and sexual assault. Here are some tips to ensure all student are doing their part to help intervene and decrease the amount of potentially harmful situations on campus.
University of Wisconsin – Madison is participating in the Healthy Minds Study to better understand current students’ mental health and wellbeing.
The University Health Services Suicide Prevention Team has recently launched Recognize, Respond, Refer: Online Suicide Prevention Training for Faculty and Staff.
The Grief Experience Coping with Critical Incident Stress