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SPECIAL INSIDE CLEMSON: University officials urge awareness to ensure 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) preparedness

Clemson University officials are working to provide information to students, faculty and staff on how to take appropriate preventive measures related to health and wellness. Clemson University is not aware of any 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) diagnosis of any students, faculty or staff; this is a proactive measure to provide information to the campus community. […]

Clemson to go tobacco-free

 By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Clemson University will become tobacco-free on Jan. 1, 2016. The new policy has been approved by the university’s administrative council based on input from a task force comprised of faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students and community representatives. “We want to improve the health of our student and […]

It’s flu season: Sullivan Center reminds us prevention is the best medicine

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report that more than half of the country is experiencing high flu activity. According to Will Mayo, the Joseph F. Sullivan Center’s medical surveillance coordinator, flu and upper respiratory issues at Clemson typically spike in January and February. “This is typically the […]

During Cancer Awareness Month, Sullivan Center is focused on skin cancer prevention

By Melanie Kieve, Public Information Director Office of Communications & Public Relations College of Health, Education, and Human Development During February’s National Cancer Prevention Month – and every month – Clemson’s Sullivan Center is focused on cancer prevention. As part of the Sullivan Center’s broad spectrum of wellness services, providers screen, diagnose, and treat a […]