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DICK'S HOUSE WISHES YOU A HEALTHY, HAPPY HEART THIS MONTH

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TAKE CARE OF YOUR SWEETIE...

AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) save lives.  People who suffer from cardiac arrest are almost three times more likely to survive if a bystander applies an AED before EMS arrival.

Learn more about how to use an AED here.

Find out where the closest AED is located with our campus map and directory.

 

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INFLUENZA HAS ARRIVED TO CAMPUS...

WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW FOR THE FLU SEASON!

For info on symptoms and when to seek help at Dick's House, click here
Visit the CDC seasonal flu website here
For more information on the seasonal influenza vaccine, click here (it's not too late!)

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IN THE NEWS: ZIKA

Zika is an emerging infection that can be transmitted through mosquito bites and sexual activity. Many people infected with Zika virus won't have any symptoms or will only have mild symptoms. Severe disease is uncommon. Infection during pregnancy can cause certain birth defects.

Read the Dartmouth Zika Information letter for community members traveling to regions affected by Zika virus here.
For more information on Zika prevention visit the CDC website.

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The Health Services Department is a part of the Division of Student Affairs.

Last Updated: 2/16/17