According to the World Health Organization's moderate drinking guidelines, women should consume no more than one 5 ounce serving of alcohol per day, and men are to consume no more than two 5 ounce serving of alcohol per day.
The Occupational Health Clinic is available to administer the maintenance dose of your allergy shots.
The animal allergy questionnaire and the allergy screening declination form can be found on this page. The animal allergy questionnaire is given to people who work with animals and have a risk of developing occupational allergies.
Occupational Health provides programs to monitor the health of individuals who work with animals.
Anxiety is a normal response to a stressful event or situation. We all experience anxiety in different ways. For some, it is a motivator for change or gives an extra burst of energy. For others, it overwhelms or paralyzes them for a short period of time.
Many people have issues with paying attention, remembering details, or interrupting others when they are speaking. When these and other behaviors begin at an early age and continue to affect overall functioning at school, work, or in relationships, there could be a possible disorder of attention. People with AD/HD (ADD) can be predominantly inattentive or hyperactive, or they can have signs of both inattentiveness and hyperactivity.
The Babies and You program offers monthly prenatal education on various topics.
The American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) and U.S. Department of Labor identified 16 basic skills needed for success in the workplace. Work/Life Connections-EAP can provide trainings in 9 of the 16 skills needed to enhance workplace performance.
Occupational Health Clinic offers blood pressure checks on a walk in basis. There is also a self check blood pressure station in the Courtyard Cafe.
Checking weight and blood pressure is convenient, simple, fun and rewarding with higi machines on campus and across the country.