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College Health

  • Go Ask Alice
    Maintained by Columbia University, each week experts answer five of the more than 800 health questions readers submit about sex, relationships and health topics.

Alcohol Issue

    This site gives exerpts of a book about alcohol use and college students. It also has some great information regarding the myths and truths about alcohol.
    This is a web site with invaluable information about alcohol, what is does to your body physiologically and psychologically. It describes the warning signs of abuse and how to help a friend. This site is geared for college students.
    The site's mission is to inform people about the myths, dangers, and issues surrounding college alcohol abuse. College Binge Drinking features articles that focus on alcohol abuse as well as articles centered on various topics concerning college students including substance abuse, mental health and prevention. The site is updated weekly to reflect the latest research and news around these issues.

Drug Abuse


  • Addiction Center: 1-800-586-9670 
    A Comprehensive Addiction HUB, not a treatment center, but a network guide.

Sexual Health and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Emergency Contraception

    This site will give you information on emergency contraception, also known as the morning after pill.

Skin Cancer

    This site describe in detail and with pictures how to determine if a mole is something to worry about. Melanoma, a deadly skin cancer is increasing in the college aged population. Learn how to prevent it, and how to detect it early.

Testicular Cancer & Testicular Self-Exam

    This site will explain the importance and technique of self testicular exam.
    From the American Institute of Preventive Medicine, this site reviews signs and symptoms of testicular cancer and how to do a self testicular exam.
    In question and answer format, this site answers some of the most common questions about testicular cancer.

Eating Disorders

General Health