Oct 29, 2015
This story was co-published with The Chronicle of Higher Education. During her senior year at Yale University, Andrea faced spiraling depression and anxiety. She sought treatment at the campus health center, where she received medication and therapy. By the final week of classes, though, her struggles had grown more intense. [...]Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/L5LFg
University students have less privacy for their campus health records than they would have if they sought care off campus. Schools say they are trying to seek the right balance between privacy and safety.
Weak laws and the competing interests of students, parents, and colleges combine to throw back the curtain on confidentiality. But some argue for even greater transparency.
People living with HIV in Eastern Europe who develop tuberculosis (TB) are four times more likely to die within a year when compared to similar patients in Western and Southern Europe or Latin America, a large international study presented on Thursday at the 15th European AIDS Conference in...
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — As an Orthodox Jew, Rabbi Moshe Gray may not need a cross. But CrossFit? That's another story. Gray, the director of a Jewish center at Dartmouth College, hits the high-intensity core strength and conditioning program five days a week. And he's not the only campus rabbi getting...
Colgate University finds that letting graduates participate online in classes that students are taking on the campus has benefits for both.
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The Washington Free Beacon, April 10, 2017 - Joint Russia-Iranian forces operating in Syria warned the Trump administration over the weekend that further American strikes on the war-torn country will unleash a "lethal response," according to official statements aimed at ratcheting up tension with...