Archive of: Health

Title Issue
Screen Time Savvy

Screen Time Savvy

Though there’s little evidence that extended screen time will permanently damage your eyes, there are steps you can take to minimize eye and muscle strain.

February-March 2015
Battling the Bulge

Battling the Bulge

That extra padding around the middle may be endangering your health and shortening your life.

January 2015
Falling Back Without Feeling Groggy

Falling Back Without Feeling Groggy

Shifting one’s sleep schedule for one hour isn’t instantaneous—changing your habits can alleviate some of the problems adjusting to the new time change...

November - December 2014
The Growing Concern About Vitamin D Deficiency

The Growing Concern About Vitamin D Deficiency

The easiest and best way to get all the vitamin D you need is to spend 15 minutes a day in the sun sans sunscreen on your face and hands.

October 2014
The Medicine of Music

The Medicine of Music

Music therapy can be a powerful therapeutic tool in the treatment of a variety of medical and psychological conditions.

August 2014
Getting at the Itch

Getting at the Itch

Ultimately no one is immune, but there are ways to prevent and treat contact with dreaded poison ivy.

April 2014
Beyond the Meningitis Headlines

Beyond the Meningitis Headlines

Though the illness is serious for persons infected, fears of a campus-wide meningitis plague can be minimized by immunizing.

February-March 2014
Mud Sluggin'

Mud Sluggin'

How a slow-running writer made it through the annual Fort Gordon Marine Mud Challenge.

January 2014
What You Need To Know About TB

What You Need To Know About TB

While there is no useful vaccine for TB, it is not easily transmitted and proper treatment is highly effective.

January 2014
Heart Healthy Holidays

Heart Healthy Holidays

How to protect your heart during the season of good cheer.

November - December 2013
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