Health Guides

Eczema

Eczema, pronounced “eck-zeh-ma” is a chronic skin condition. The medical word for it is: “atopic dermatitis”. If you have eczema, your skin is likely to feel itchy, red, rough, dry, … read more

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MRI

“MRI” is short for Magnetic Resonance Imaging. This test is different from an x-ray because it makes a picture of your body’s organs, tissues, and bones without exposing you to … read more

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Gonorrhea

Have you heard of “the clap,” or “a dose,” or “a drip”? These are all names for gonorrhea. Gonorrhea is a common sexually transmitted infection, or STI, caused by bacteria. … read more

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Test Anxiety

You’re about to take your mid-term and suddenly you can’t remember what you studied. Your hands feel sweaty and your stomach begins to hurt. Do you have a bad case … read more

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Energy Drinks

Many drinks at convenience stores and supermarkets claim to give you energy, such as Red Bull®, Full Throttle®, Monster®, Rockstar®, Five Hour Energy® and others. You may be wondering if … read more

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Living with HIV: Social Life

How friendships help/hurt med adherence Friends often impact our everyday decisions. For example, your friends can affect your decision to take your meds in either a positive or negative way. … read more

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