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Flu cases began to rise when students return to campus, almost a month later and Stamps Health Services is still seeing an increased number of cases. If you haven't gotten your flu shot yet, there is still time. Flu season is expected to go on through the spring.
Have you met psychiatry case manager, Rachel Brown? She helps connect students to on-campus resources, therapy referrals in the Atlanta community and completes initial consultations with students to provide treatment recommendations for their mental health. Find out more about where her passion for helping others stems from!
Health initiatives is excited to provide the Georgia Tech community with a free, six-week wellness coaching program called Fit to Thrive. This program is focused on assessing your personal well-being and setting goals to get you on the right track toward a healthy lifestyle.
Mindfulness, the art of living in the present, benefits an individual’s mental health by reducing the stress of everyday life. Health Initiatives has an entire line-up of activities that will let you try out different approaches to mindfulness.
Health Initiatives will offer free HIV testing for the Georgia Tech community.