Monday, January 11, 2021Six ways to stay healthy in the New Year
If 2020 taught us one thing, it is the importance of protecting and caring for our physical well-being. COVID prevention remains a top priority, but it does not have to be your only health focus for the new year.
Friday, November 6, 2020Health center flu shot clinics draw 2,500+
A steady flow of Huskers are stepping up for inoculations against influenza. Through a series of walk-in clinics that ended Oct. 30, the University Health Center gave 2,509 flu shots to University of Nebraska–Lincoln students. Including appointments within the health center, a combined 3,232 students, faculty and staff have received flu shots this fall.
Tuesday, September 29, 2020University Health Center shares tips on mask-wearing
While the practice may seem simple, wearing a mask for long stretches of time presents some situations — like eating or socializing outdoors — that are a little trickier to navigate. To help Huskers stay safe and healthy throughout the remainder of the semester, Dr. Heather Eberspacher, medical director of the University Health Center, sat down to answer some frequently-asked questions on face coverings.
Wednesday, August 5, 2020In My Own Words: Kirsten Wandrey
Kirsten Wandrey is a sophomore journalism major in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. In spring 2019 - prior to enrolling at the university - she was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that dramatically changed her life. In her own words, Kirsten shares details about her successful transition to living on-campus at UNL and finding community and connections to help her achieve.
Wednesday, July 29, 2020University finalizes mask delivery plans for fall semester
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is preparing to deliver more than 60,000 cloth masks to its students, instructors, researchers and staff. Every member of the campus community will receive two cloth masks — one red, one black.