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Medical Services University Health Services

Details: Sexual Health and Wellness: exams, counseling, testing and treatment, gender-affirming care; Travel Health: preparing for international travel; Appointments. To request a medical telehealth or in-person appointment (at McCosh Health Center), call the UHS front desk at 609-258-3141. Urgent care

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Women's Health University Health Services

Details: Genital and Reproductive Health; Breast Health; Genital and Reproductive Health Amenorrhea. Amenorrhea is the medical term referring to the state of a woman who has missed at least three periods. The name of this disorder comes from Greek, in which “a” …

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Common Illnesses University Health Services

Details: The biggest health risk posed by gastroenteritis is dehydration. If you exhibit signs of dehydration, including extreme thirst, dry mouth, dark urine, dizziness, and severe weakness, get medical help immediately. If you cannot replace lost fluids through sipping clear liquids, you may need intravenous fluids and hospitalization.

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Occupational Health Services University Health Services

Details: Occupational Health Services provides Princeton staff and faculty with the following services: Absences and disability: requests for short-term disability (including COVID-related absences), temporary restricted duties or permanent accommodations at work Work-related injuries and illnesses: care when you've been hurt while doing your job

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Men's Health University Health Services

Details: Men's Health. The Naked Truth. On average, sperm survive in a woman’s reproductive tract for 3-5 days. After being produced in the testicles, it takes sperm 4-6 weeks to travel through the epididymis. One ejaculation can contain up to 500 million sperm.

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Support UHS University Health Services

Details: Support UHS. UHS relies on the financial support of families and community members for medical equipment, educational programs, and other health-related expenses. To show your support, make a gift to the Auxiliary to the Isabella McCosh Infirmary, which has been supporting UHS for over 100 years. You can choose to be involved at these suggested

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Emotional/Mental Health University Health Services

Details: ADHD is a mental health disorder that can cause difficulty focusing and sustaining attention, as well as hyperactive and impulsive behaviors. These deficits cause substantial impairment in school or work, and can also impact interpersonal relationships. A diagnosis of ADHD requires the presence of symptoms before the age of 12.

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Travel Health University Health Services

Details: Travel health appointments will teach you about country-specific risks and precautions and how to stay healthy while traveling. Our advice is based on CDC Guidelines. If you have a chronic medical condition, are pregnant, or are traveling to Africa, Asia, Central and South America, Eastern Europe and the NIS of the former Soviet Union, and the

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Become a PHA University Health Services

Details: PHA Responsibilities. All advisers must participate in: one day new member training in the spring semester. two to three days of training at the beginning of the fall semester. bi-weekly meetings within the residential colleges. bi-weekly large group meetings/continuing education sessions. a …

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Caffeine University Health Services

Details: health conditions; and; amount of regular consumption. Short term effects. Because caffeine is a stimulant, it is common to experience: increased alertness; increased blood pressure; increased breathing rate increased urination; These effects are mostly due to caffeine increasing your metabolic rate (though it has not been linked to weight loss).

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Princeton University Health Data University Health Services

Details: University Health Services is committed to creating an meaningful and goal-oriented environment for all its staff. Organizational climate surveys serve to assess staff satisfaction and improve efforts on areas in need of attention, both of which can impact the quality of services provided.

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Requirements for New Undergraduates University Health

Details: Your health care provider may also share copies of lab titer results or chest x-ray reports as part of your immunization record. Obtain medical clearance. Print a copy of the Medical Clearance form and obtain your health care provider's signature.

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Nutrition University Health Services

Details: CSPI is a consumer advocacy organization whose twin missions are to conduct innovative research and advocacy programs in health and nutrition, and to provide consumers with current, useful information about their health and well-being.

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Stress University Health Services

Details: To download the audio guides, view them using Media Central.. On-Campus Resources. Counseling and Psychological Services' Mind-Body Programs Off-Campus Resources. ULifeline: an anonymous, confidential, online resource center where you can find information for yourself or a friend, and use their self-evaluation to screen for common mental health concerns.

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Travel Tips University Health Services

Details: The World Health Organization Oral Rehydration Solution (ORS) is an effective way of treating and preventing dehydration. ORS packets for 1-L solutions are available over-the-counter in many developing countries. Adding Gatorade powder or other fluid replacement salts to treated water and drinking at least 8 ounces per hour is also effective.

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Exercise & Fitness University Health Services

Details: As with almost everything else health related, prevention is the key. Well-balanced gradual increases in training are recommended. A training schedule design called periodization varies the training load in cycles with built-in mandatory rest phases.

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UHS Timeline University Health Services

Details: Student Health Advisory Board (SHAB) was created, and has been an active student voice for campus healthcare to the present day. 1979. A Health Education area (now called Health Promotion and Prevention Services) was created to focus on prevention. 1972.

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Forms University Health Services

Details: Health Record Release - Occupational Health Services . Incident and Injury Report . International Travel and Medical Benefits Information . MAVRIC Project Membership . Medical Clearance Form . Medical Exemption for ADHD . Medical Exemption for Anabolic Agents, Anti-estrogens, or Peptide Hormones .

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Nutrition University Health Services

Details: If you have a health concern related to nutrition, see your primary care provider at UHS to find out if a referral is appropriate. Make a Medical Services appointment online or by calling 609-258-3141.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) University Health Services

Details: Updated November 12, 2021. The University's COVID website is regularly updated with public health guidance and expectations for the University community, including undergraduate students (on- and off-campus), graduate students, and employees (faculty, staff, researchers). UHS will continue to update information regarding testing, and appropriate contacts for health-related questions.

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Gayathri Ganesan University Health Services

Details: McCosh Health Center, Room G29. Services: Administration. Services. Counseling & Psychological Services. 609-258-3141. Medical Services. 609-258-3141. Occupational Health Services. 609-258-5035. SHARE. 609-258-3310. Student Health Plan. 609-258-3138. Princeton University ©2021 The Trustees of Princeton University.

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LGBT Health University Health Services

Details: University Health Services offers confidential counseling. There are other places where one can receive confidential counseling, as well as anonymous testing below. However, the individual being tested should always ask the site which forms of testing they offer (confidential vs. anonymous), in case an agency has changed its policy and who may

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Cannabis University Health Services

Details: While medical use of cannabis is legal in the State of New Jersey, use of any cannabis products with more than 0.3 percent THC 1, including medical use, is illegal under federal law. The University is required to abide by federal law. Accordingly, University policy. prohibits the possession, use, sale or manufacture of cannabis in any amount on

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About Us University Health Services

Details: About Us. University Health Services has been committed to contributing to a healthy learning and working environment for our campus community since 1892. We are a fully accredited health care facility that provides quality medical, mental health and wellness services to Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students, their dependents

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COVID Testing and Public Health Guidance University

Details: The following is guidance on what to do if you have tested positive for COVID-19, come into contact with someone else who has tested positive, or have symptoms of COVID-19 for: Princeton University employees. on-campus students, and. off-campus students . If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

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Gender Affirming Care at UHS University Health Services

Details: University Health Services (UHS) is dedicated to providing high quality inclusive health care for undergraduate and graduate students and their dependents. Over the last several years, UHS has expanded services available for transgender and gender non-binary students to include initiation and continuation of gender affirming hormones and

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Referrals University Health Services

Details: Students on the Student Health Plan (aged 16 and older), are required to get referrals before seeing off-campus providers. To obtain a referral, make a medical appointment.. Referrals are good for 12 months from the date they are issued. If you are not sure you have a referral or if you need a new one, call UHS at 609-258-3141.

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Health Records & Privacy University Health Services

Details: State laws require health care facilities to report certain communicable and other conditions, including many sexually transmitted diseases, to the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services.This is for public health purposes and, in some instances, follow up by a public health official may occur.

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COVID-related coverage under the Student Health Plan (SHP

Details: COVID-related coverage under the Student Health Plan (SHP) Wednesday, July 21, 2021. Due to the COVID public health emergency, insurance companies/health plans are being required by state and federal agencies to cover certain health care services related to COVID. Over the last year and a half, the duration of these coverages has been updated

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Travel Health and Safety University Health Services

Details: Travel Health Online: An excellent comprehensive guide to health and safety for most every destination including immunization recommendations, disease prevention, safety precautions, and local customs and laws that may impact your health. You will need to register to view this site.

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Healthier Princeton Advisory Board University Health

Details: The Advisory Board to Healthier Princeton is a permanent standing committee of the University composed of students, faculty, alumni, members of the administrative and biweekly staffs, and professionals in the field of preventive health. The board meets twice a year, in the spring and the fall, and provides advice not only on the Healthier

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Costs & Billing for Services Provided at UHS University

Details: If you are a graduate/undergraduate student or dependent on the Princeton University Student Health Plan (SHP): All lab services provided by McCosh Health Center will be billed to Aetna Student Health (administrator of the Student Health Plan) and covered at 100%, if you provide Quest Diagnostics with your insurance card. The deductible will not be applied to lab tests.

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Staff University Health Services

Details: McCosh Health Center, Third Floor : 609-258-3141 : Services. Counseling & Psychological Services. 609-258-3141. Medical Services. 609-258-3141. Occupational Health Services. 609-258-5035. SHARE. 609-258-3310. Student Health Plan. 609-258-3138. Princeton University ©2021 The Trustees of Princeton University.

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OTC Supplies University Health Services

Details: Here is a list of supplies that we recommend you bring with you to campus: Supply of personal prescription medications. A list of known drug allergies. Hand sanitizer (large bottle for room and travel size) Thermometer (oral digital type) Cold/Flu Kit. Pain relievers and fever control medicine (e.g., acetaminophen, ibuprofen)

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Eating Disorders University Health Services

Details: Women's Health Eating Disorders Researchers estimate eating disorders affect 1-2% of the general population, up to 30% of college students experience eating disorder symptoms during their college years.The development of anorexia or bulimia is not simply the result of a desire to be thin, but the manifestation of deeper emotional and

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Athletic Medicine University Health Services

Details: Announcement: UHS is currently offering routine healthcare appointments and athletic training services via telehealth.Call UHS at 609-258-3141 or contact your athletic trainer directly to schedule a telehealth appointment. General Student Body. Athletic Medicine provides services for the general student body via sports medicine physicians and physical therapy .

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Contact Us University Health Services

Details: McCosh Health Center, Garden Level, Room G24 609-258-3138 . Travel Health. Travel Health - students 609-258-3141 . Travel Health - employees 609-258-5035 . Grievances. If you wish to express a grievance, we recommend that you speak with your caregiver first …

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Staff University Health Services

Details: McCosh Health Center, Room 224. 609-258-7076. Carol Gallagher. [email protected] (link sends e-mail) McCosh Health Center, Third Floor. 609-258-3141. Gayathri Ganesan. [email protected]

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University Health Services Health for Learning

Details: Mental Health and Well-being Virtual Drop-In Hours with Jess Joseph, Ph.D. 3:30pm - 5:30pm. Women's Meditation: Gathering. 12:00pm - 1:00pm. Mental Health and Well-being Virtual Drop-Ins with Sue Kim, LSW. 4:00pm - 6:00pm. Mental Health and Well-being Virtual Drop-Ins with Sue Kim, LSW. 3:00pm - 5:00pm. Mental Health and Well-being Virtual Drop

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Staff University Health Services

Details: Name Email Office Address Phone ; Loretta Acquaah, LMSW: [email protected]: McCosh Health Center, First Floor

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Skin Care University Health Services

Details: Additionally, environmental factors, such as pollution or high humidity, and touching your skin with your hands or other bacteria-laden objects can promote pimples. Some say stress causes acne, others disagree, but it’s a good idea to reduce stress for other health reasons anyway. Surprisingly, food has nothing to do with acne.

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Using Our Services University Health Services

Details: Counseling & Psychological Services. 609-258-3141. Medical Services. 609-258-3141. Occupational Health Services. 609-258-5035. SHARE. 609-258-3310. Student Health Plan.

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