Latest College Health Stories
U.S. college students do better than their counterparts in the United Kingdom when it comes to physical activity, a healthy diet and less smoking, according to new research published in the latest issue of the journal Education and Health.
Program Designed to Help Colleges Promote Emotional Wellbeing, Reduce Substance Abuse, Prevent Suicide and Create Safer Campuses NEW YORK, Jan.
By relying on hunches rather than posing a few screening questions, primary care clinicians may be missing three-fourths of the alcohol problems in their patients, a newly released analysis shows.
The higher the number of drink fuelled memory blackouts a student experiences, the greater is his/her risk of sustaining a future injury while under the influence.
WASHINGTON, June 1, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- For Men's Health Month, Southwest Tennessee Community College has announced that it will make available to undergraduate students a new resource developed by Men's Health Network.
New course features enhanced alcohol and drug components and a brand-new sexual violence component Newton, MA (PRWEB) January 10, 2011 Inflexxion, Inc., creator of MyStudentBody, the most comprehensive online alcohol and drug education program for college students, is pleased to announce the launch of the new Essentials Course featuring enhanced alcohol and drug components and a brand-new sexual violence component.
A new study in the Journal of American College Health finds that students placed by their universities in coed housing are more likely to binge drink each week than students placed in all-male or all-female housing.
A recent study proposes that college students who practice excessive binge-drinking face considerable risk of injuries or accidents.
By ASHLEY KINDERGAN, STAFF WRITER It's difficult to think of a way to add pounds faster than living the stereotypical college lifestyle. Juggling coursework, jobs and a social life leaves little time for exercising or even regular meals.
- A morbid dread of being buried alive. Also spelled 'taphiphobia'.