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Student Health 101: Tattoos, Piercings, Relationships, and More
Submitted by Kenna Grant
It’s June. It’s warm outside, and you’re probably away from campus. You may be working a job during the summer, or reading this far from campus on vacation…school is probably the last thing on your mind.
So why spend 10 minutes reading the June issue of Student Health 101?
First, you can enter to win one of FIVE iPods – and a nice new iPod would be great for the tunes of summer!
Second, in just a few minutes, you’ll pick up lots of valuable information.
Read the June issue of Student Health 101.
Here is some of what you’ll find in the June issue:
Thinking of Ink?
If you’re thinking about body art, the June issue has some great advice from students around the country about things to consider before you make the leap.
See You in September?
The summer break can have a big impact on a relationship, from potentially being apart, or maybe reconnecting with a previous romance at home. Learn some great tips from other students.
Staying Safe in the Summer
For most students, the summer is fun, sun, and a great break from studying. But what are the best tips to stay safe during the summer? Thousands of students have shared their best advice – learn their secrets today.
Handling Summertime Blues
Summer can also be a time of uncertainty, especially from missing campus friends and worries about a job or money. Learn some great tips for handling summertime blues in this informative article.
And much more…
Access a text-only version of the June issue.
If you missed it – be sure to read the May issue, with articles on Workplace Skills, Dealing with Parents, Self-Esteem, Fitness Strategies, and more.
Don’t miss the new Student Health 101 Facebook page, where you can get wellness tips, videos from other students, exclusive prizes, updates on new issues, opportunities to contribute, and more.
Have a fun and safe summer break!
Connections Health Education & Wellness Center