Taking good care of yourself starts with knowing your body, your history and your goals.
As women, we have different needs and concerns related to nutrition, reproductive health, sexuality and sexual health, mental health and health risks, to name a few. UHS has services and resources to help you on your way to being the healthiest you possible.
Get to know our primary care providers; a number of them have special interests in women’s health issues.
UHS’ nutrition services can help with eating plans to help you manage medical conditions, improve athletic performance or control weight. If your relationship with food is a problem, the Eating Disorders Clinic offers medical, dietary and counseling support.
The Center for Health Promotion is the place to go for information or to get involved in health.
Need someone to talk to? UHS' Center for Counseling and Psychological Health is just a phone call away.
You can learn more about all sorts of women’s health issues, by checking out our Health and Wellness section here on the web.
A word to women about alcohol
For some women, college is a time of experimentation. And for those hoping to reduce stress or ease their way through new or awkward social situations, the experiment often includes alcohol.
Unfortunately, men and women are different when it comes to drinking. For a number of reasons, women get drunk faster and may experience different consequences than their male peers.
Learn about alcohol and other drugs and why gender matters in the risks women face when drinking alcohol with info from the Center for Alcohol and other Drug Abuse Prevention.