Did you know that University Health Services includes a full-service Women’s Health Clinic? The clinic offers annual exams and many more services by appointment Monday-Friday in the SSB. Most insurance plans are accepted, and if you have the UT student health insurance plan, IT’S FREE!
Getting enough sleep can be difficult on a busy student schedule, but sleep is essential for optimal brain performance. National Sleep Foundation has released a great interactive tool to help you design your bedroom for restful sleep using all 5 senses!
As a UT student, it can be hard stay fit with all the demands on your time! Here are a few tips for working physical activity into your busy schedule: First things first, use UT REC SPORTS! It’s a great way to have fun and be fit! RecSports has activities… read more
Have you ever been confused or surprised by the system of healthcare and insurance in the U.S.? If so, we need YOUR help! The IO is collaborating with the Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations on research to understand international student health literacy. Please consider taking a… read more
International students are automatically billed for health insurance coverage. But don’t forget to add your dependents to your student health insurance plan! Spouses and children must be re-enrolled in coverage each semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer). Additionally, you can still purchase Spring 2015 Dental Insurance for $115.00. The deadline for these enrollments is… read more
Don’t be afraid to take a quick breather from your studies! Why? Surprisingly, breaks can be beneficial for your grades. If you’re a daydreamer, you’re in luck! A study done by UT’s Psychology Department showed that daydreaming helped with recalling memories and information. Tip: Try daydreaming about topics you are… read more
While Thanksgiving may not be the healthiest eating day of the year, it is a good reminder of our close relationship with food! As a student, it’s easy to forget how much eating habits can affect mood, performance, and overall health. Here are a few tips for positive, mindful eating:… read more
While Americans like to think chicken soup can treat any ailment, sometimes you need a little more than this time-honored remedy. Read on for some tips to prevent and manage symptoms of the flu, common cold, and seasonal allergies. Cold/Flu: Prevention is the Best Medicine Don’t Forget Your Flu Shot! Flu… read more
International Education Week 2014 is almost here! From November 17-19, departments across campus will be celebrating international education and exchange. In honor of International Education Week , the International Office invites you to Your Journey, Your Health Fair this Wednesday 11/19, 11am-2pm on the FAC Patio. Have fun (and enjoy… read more
Don’t miss your chance to get a flu shot here on campus at the following UHS Flu Shot Clinics: Tuesday, October 21, Student Services Building (SSB G1.310), Noon – 4pm Wednesday, October 22, Facilities Services Complex (FC1 1.118), 1pm – 4pm Thursday, October 23, Student Services Building (SSB G1.310), Noon… read more