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WCJB TV-20 9/30/2015: Gatorade turns 50

Published: Oct 1st, 2015

Catch a glimpse of the SHCC’s awesome drink machine, which offers offers free Gatorade during regular business hours, in this great #GatoradeUF story from TV-20.

cat and dog

Pet medications now available at the SHCC Pharmacy

Published: Sep 30th, 2015

Picking up a prescription or over-the-counter medicines? Grab health and wellness medications for your furry friends, too!

#GatorGood: Keeping concussions out of the game

Published: Sep 29th, 2015

The SHCC’s Dr. Jay Clugston is part of the UF team working to get kids back on the field and to help people deal with traumatic brain injuries.

MyPlate says: Make half your plate fruits and vegetables.

September is Fruits & Veggies – More Matters Month

Published: Sep 18th, 2015

Get recipes, health info, fitness tips and more at

UF NEWS 9/14/15: Get the shot, not the flu

Published: Sep 15th, 2015

And a free tank top, too. This Friday, Sept. 18!

GATORTIMES 9/14/15: Flu Shots, Tank Tops at Student Health Friday, Sept. 18

Published: Sep 14th, 2015

Visit for more information.

ALLIGATOR 9/11/15: Students need insurance for free flu shot

Published: Sep 11th, 2015

The SHCC doesn’t expect the requirement of insurance to affect student’s ability to receive the flu vaccine, as the vast majority of students are insured.

INFOGATOR 9/1/15: Flu shots available to faculty and staff beginning Sept. 9

Published: Sep 3rd, 2015

Please note that to obtain a flu shot at no cost, UF and UF Health students, faculty and staff must bring both their UF or UF Health ID and their active insurance card.


Scoot Safe: Commit to wearing a helmet when biking, scooting and riding motorcycles

Published: Sep 3rd, 2015

Your brain got you into UF. PROTECT IT!

Immunization Awareness Month

Immunization Awareness Month: Make sure you’re up to date

Published: Aug 1st, 2015

Getting ready for college means making sure you are up to date on all doses of the recommended vaccines, both to protect yourself and others around you.