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Free HIV Testing (April 29th, 2014)

May 6th - Testing will be at Health Services from 10:00am - 3:30pm.

Poor sleep and sleep habits in adolescence may raise health risks (April 21st, 2014)

Learn how your sleep and sleep habits can decrease your health and raise your health risks!

1 in 24 report driving while drowsy (April 21st, 2014)

Many of us drive on a daily basis. Find out the stats on how many people are driving drowsy and why it is important to get enough rest.

Can you really control where you lose fat? (April 21st, 2014)

Learn about burning fat and whether or not you can control where you lose it!

Can You get Addicted to Exercise? (April 17th, 2014)

You've probably heard of "runner's high" and "yoga bliss" -- feelings of euphoria that can come after periods of exercise. And maybe you've heard people talk about how they "have" to work out -- as though if they didn't exercise, they'd suffer severe phy

Casual Marijuana Use May Damage Your Brain (April 17th, 2014)

If you thought smoking a joint occasionally was OK, a new study released Tuesday suggests you might want to reconsider.

Juicing: Healthy Detox or Diet Trap? (April 14th, 2014)

(CNN) -- Juicing -- if you believe its avid fans -- is a great way to detox the body, prevent disease and lose weight.

6 Fitness Myths Busted (and 3 Surprising Facts!) (April 14th, 2014)

Are you killing it in the gym but not seeing results? Chances are, you've fallen victim to bad advic

Burning Question: Should You Share Earbuds? (April 9th, 2014)

One expert's advice on keeping bacteria from spreading.

Passport To Wellness (April 9th, 2014)

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