Approximately 50 students living mostly in Greek Houses have reported illnesses.
Author: Justin Hammond
On the first day back from winter break, NC State Student Health Services saw seven new cases of influenza, mostly from students who were not immunized.
Students began experiencing gastrointestinal issues Monday evening.
Spring ushers into North Carolina warmer weather, rain showers, pollen-covered cars, and the emergence of animals that have been in hibernation for the frigid winter months.
If you are experiencing symptoms of measles and have not been vaccinated, call your doctor right away.
Student Health Services is offering discounted massage therapy for faculty and staff during the summer.
Our toll free number for after hours nurse advice is back in service! The toll free number is 877.514.5307. Students may access this number after hours for advice concerning illness or injuries. The after hours
Student Health works hard to educate students on a variety of topics including prevention, treatment of common illness and injury, and public health initiatives. March is TB Awareness Month, thus, this is your opportunity to
The stomach bug or stomach flu, is on campus. Symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain/cramping, fever and/or headache. If you are experiencing these symptoms call 919.515.2563. The virus is spread by touching contaminated surfaces or objects