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Page updated: 5/1/2015

Health Promotion/Health4U Program

Redefining the way yoU think about Health! The Health4U Program encourages the development of healthy lifestyles for faculty, staff, graduate student employees retirees, and the spouses/partners of the members of these groups. Evidence-based focus areas include tobacco cessation, movement/fitness, food and nutrition, health consumerism/self care, and emotional wellness. Go to Health4U Program's Web site to learn more. . .

Health Related Guidelines

Identifying and Preventing Heat Injury or Heat Stress

The commonest types of heat injury, listed in increasing severity are heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke. Read more about these heat injuries, symptoms, and first aid. . .

Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Use Policy
including potential defect and corrective action information

Overview of Community-Associated MRSA (Updated: 2/9/2011)

Tuberculosis Control Program

Proper Handwashing: Six Steps (PDF)

Cough and sneeze in your sleeve: Coughing Etiquette

MDCH Issues Guidance To Communities On MRSA

Travel Clinic

The Travel Clinic promotes safe, healthy travel by providing health counseling to travelers, along with appropriate vaccines and preventative medication. Go to the Travel Clinic's Web site. . .

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The staff at the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is dedicated to serving the emotional and psychological needs of the campus community. Go to the Employee Assistance Program's Web site. . .

Food and Water Sanitarian

The MSU Food and Water Sanitarian promotes a healthy environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors by overseeing food safety, inspecting, and licensing MSU facilities. Go to the Food and Water Sanitarian's Web site. . .

University Physician's Office is Green Certified!

University Physician's Office is green certified and actively participates in efforts to promote sustainability and environmental awareness. Information about YOUR unit becoming green certified can be found through Office of Sustainability's Web site.