Campus Health offers a variety of pamphlets on sexual wellness.

North Carolina named high-risk state for STIs

North Carolina is ranked as the sixth-highest state for prevalence of STIs, according to Background Checks.org.

The top-10 high-risk states were mainly in the South.


Campus Health Services

Campus Health Services provides primary health services and wellness care to students. For the 2015-16 school year, undergraduate and graduate students pay $380 yearly in Campus Health fees. Campus Health offers general medicine, counseling, sports medicine and physical therapy, women's health, pharmacy, immunizations and laboratory and X-Ray testing. It also has an acute hours and after hours clinic, allergy services, diabetes care, men’s health services, online health advice, transgender health and an international travel clinic.

The Campus Health website has information about a number of topics, ranging from academic success to alcohol and drug abuse as well as ADD/ADHD and various medical conditions. It has useful tips for relationships, meditation and mindfulness, sexual health, sleep and stress.

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Water crisis causes inconveniences for students

Following high fluoride levels and a water main break in the city’s water supply, the University had to close campus and cancel all events for the weekend. They strongly encouraged all students who were able to leave campus to do so on Friday.


Jessica Setnick, a specialist on eating disorders, gave a lecture on body image and diet in the Stone Center theater.

Students learn to make food their friend again

Hundreds of students filled The Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black Culture and History theater Wednesday to learn about the relationship between food and feelings during Jessica Setnick’s presentation, “Making Food Your Friend Again.”


Flu shot season kicks off in Chapel Hill

It’s that time of year again — as the fall season kicks into gear, so does the flu season. Thousands of people in the UNC community get flu shots every year. The vaccine is available at a variety of locations on and off campus.