A vaccine that could prevent a common form of cancer has been found, but its pricetag could be prohibitive to the population that needs it most – college–age women.
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With her big blue eyes sparkling, an adorable little girl looks up from her car seat and says, “Mom will you buy me some diabetes?”
With the flu season in full swing, the University of La Verne Student Health Center did not receive the full amount of doses of flu vaccine as expected.
Out of all the most common ways to die, very few have the statistics to match those of drowning.
The mosquito-transmitted West Nile Virus, arrived in Los Angeles County earlier than usual his year with reports of infected birds in late February.
Joseph “Pat” Kepferle was 19 when he entered Towson University in Maryland as a freshman. Six months later, his parents were summoned to a hospital where Pat’s friends had brought him after he became seriously ill.
With days hitting 80 degrees and above and the nights dropping as low as 40 degrees, it is no wonder experts claim the sick season is here to stay, at least for a while.
Living in college dorm rooms can be the most exciting experience of a young adult’s life. Roommates, parties, sororities, fraternities and meningitis?