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Free HIV Testing (April 8th, 2014)

April 15th - Testing will be at Health Services from 10:00am - 3:30pm.

Using Too Much Mouthwash Could Lead to Oral Cancer (April 7th, 2014)

A recent study published in the journal Oral Oncology, using mouthwash more than 3 times a day, paired with poor oral health and irregular dental visits increases your chance of oral cancer.

John Packham: Celebrate Public Health Week (April 7th, 2014)

Since 1995 the first full week of April has been declared National Public Health Week.

A Message About Health Services (April 4th, 2014)

On Wednesday March 19, President Ransdell announced that the university will issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) to accept bids from the private sector to operate WKU Health Services.

Run When You're 25 For A Sharper Brain When You're 45 (April 2nd, 2014)

Leading an active lifestyle in your 20s will benefit your brain down the road.

This is your brain on knitting (March 31st, 2014)

Crafting can help those who suffer from anxiety, depression or chronic pain, experts say.Leisure activities such as reading and crafting may protect brain from aging, study finds

Next Free HIV Testing is April 15th (March 28th, 2014)

The next Free Rapid HIV Testing Date is Tuesday, April 15 from 10:00am-3:30pm at WKU Health Services

Sugar not only makes you fat, it may make you sick (March 26th, 2014)

Find out why too much sugar could be making you sick!

Free HIV testing cancelled for 3/25 (March 24th, 2014)

The Free HIV Testing previously scheduled for March 25th has been cancelled. The next testing date will be Tuesday, April 15th.

Passport To Wellness (March 19th, 2014)

If You're Trippin' You Might Be Slippin'

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