Flu Vaccine Drive and Blood Drive events
Today, our residential students return to campus. Many of us are putting in a bit of sweat equity welcoming them back, volunteering with Residence Life during move-in day. As the Fall semester gets underway next week, I encourage us all to continue to remain physically active on campus.
Summer weather is in full swing, and the MGA Health Clinic would like to remind you of the importance of hydration and heat protection!
Stay informed on the latest health, safety and sustainability issues by reading our updates. In this week’s update, you will learn how to protect yourself from the risk of mosquito bites and heat exhaustion. Check out preventative actions you can take and more by clicking the attached flyers. Zika Updates and Flyers- To see the attached Continue reading
Because of the health effects caused by the Zika virus disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern on February 1, 2016. We have been giving you periodic updates from the CDC on Zika – we want to remind everyone to please take proper precautions when enjoying the outdoors this summer.
While there are still no locally-acquired Zika cases in the US, about 500 travel-associated cases have been reported. Here’s more information to help keep you and your loved ones safe.
MGA’s Office of Risk Management has assembled a wealth of information on the Zika virus and how it can impact you.
USG is making changes to Medicare eligible retiree health insurance in 2016.
Castlight is a free, personal healthcare shopping tool that helps you find high-quality, affordable, and convenient healthcare. Use it by April 30 for your chance to win a Fitbit FlexTM from the USG!