November 19, 2003  
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Website of the Week

Student Health

Congratulations - you've managed to survive two and a half months of school. However, most of you are probably in a weakened state, exhausted from hours drinking - er, studying, of course.

Luckily there are doctors out there dedicated to your well being, and they have compiled an extensive list of health problems facing the common, as well as atypical, student. From basic treatments for the common cold to remedies to soothe bee stings, Student Health delivers many answers.

Student Health deals with little known illnesses such as "bicyclist's vulva," and even offers advice for issues like homesickness.

Also, if you've started a collection of STDs and need to (and definitely should) seek relief, the site provides an anonymous route to solving your problem.

Once you've named your problem, regardless of how scary it may seem, be sure to partake in some real face-to-face contact with a physician. Because as the site's disclaimer so nicely reminds you, they are not responsible for "incidental, consequential or indirect damages resulting from the use or misuse of information."

-Lori Mastronardi



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