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.
Since 1995 the first full week of April has been declared National Public Health Week.
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.
Leading an active lifestyle in your 20s will benefit your brain down the road.
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
The next Free Rapid HIV Testing Date is Tuesday, April 15 from 10:00am-3:30pm at WKU Health Services
Find out why too much sugar could be making you sick!
The Free HIV Testing previously scheduled for March 25th has been cancelled. The next testing date will be Tuesday, April 15th.
If You're Trippin' You Might Be Slippin'
A team of researchers, led by Northwestern University biomedical engineer Patrick Kiser, has developed an intravaginal ring designed to prevent HIV and unwanted pregnancy.
Friday, March 27th
Transit Ridership increases
How does one ditch a dependence on soda? Here are five tips for kicking your soda habit for good.
Are artificial sweeteners used in soft drinks and foods safe? Will they make us fat? How much is too much? Science doesn't have all the answers yet, but researchers have some clues.
Speed Limit Reduced on Normal and State Streets
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