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Refreshing the historic Infirmary Building

Published: June 1st, 2014

Construction begins June 6! Click here for more information.

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Everyday Health’s month-by-month guide to allergies

Published: May 1st, 2014

You may feel as though you have year-round allergies, and you may be right. See what’s most likely to be causing you to sneeze and wheeze as the months go by. (Via Everyday Health)

GAINESVILLE SUN 3/30/14: Your health care guide as enrollment deadline looms

Published: March 30th, 2014

Since insurance is now mandatory [per the UF Board of Trustees], financial aid will also cover the UF student plans. ~Kat Lindsey, Assistant Director, Health Administration, SHCC

ALLIGATOR 3/25/14: Beekeepers, experts discuss whether honey has sweet effects on allergies

Published: March 25th, 2014

“Allergy immunotherapy is often effective in reducing allergy symptoms.” ~Stacy Rider, Senior RN, SHCC

ALLIGATOR 3/25/14: Norovirus spreads through UF Beta Theta Pi fraternity chapter

Published: March 25th, 2014

“Our goal is to keep our students healthy.” ~Diane Webb, Senior RN, SHCC

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UF-UF Health Employee Wellness Event March 31 – April 25

Published: March 21st, 2014

Click here to learn more and to pre-register for a date, time and location that works best for you!

ALLIGATOR 3/19/14: Super gonorrhea spreading across US can’t be treated by current drugs, CDC reports

Published: March 19th, 2014

Completing all prescribed medications is crucial when being treated for sexually transmitted diseases. ~Phylis Craig, ARNP, Associate Director of Nursing, SHCC

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Help shape the Student Health Care Center’s next ad campaign!

Published: March 14th, 2014

Click here to answer a few short questions about SHCC ads via Survey Monkey.

ALLIGATOR 3/10/14: UF Student Health Care Center now requires photo ID at all locations

Published: March 10th, 2014

MEDSCAPE MEDICAL NEWS 3/5/14: Vision Test Improves Concussion Detection

Published: February 28th, 2014

Finding a faster way to diagnose concussions on the field is just one way UF Health and SHCC doctors are saving lives.