UHS supports the health and well-being of the campus community through a public health-informed approach that emphasizes prevention, education, and treatment. We are inspired to help students realize their potential, cope with the stresses of life, work productively, and connect meaningfully with others.
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Don't miss your shots: Flu and COVID vaccination clinics on campus now
Questions about hand, foot, and mouth disease?
We are seeing cases of hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) on campus. This is a viral illness that causes sores in or on the mouth and/or on hands and feet. Early symptoms include fatigue, sore throat, or fever. It is highly contagious. If you have HFMD, limit exposure to others while you have active signs and symptoms, especially fever. Treatment is generally not needed.
To reduce the risk of infection, wash hands often with soap and water and avoid close contact with others. Read more about hand, foot, and mouth disease.
The UHS Pharmacy is working diligently to keep the common doses and formulations of ADHD medications in stock. A nationwide shortage is making this difficult. If you have difficulty continuing your current dose of medication we recommend you work with your pharmacy and doctor to see if a combination of strengths or another formulation is available.