Long Beach Memorial and CSULB have plans to open a community clinic by 2026 to serve the local community.
With more students returning to The Beach for in person classes, the rise of monkeypox brings up campus safety concerns.
Find out how you can help people without housing in Long Beach.
City of Long Beach urges local residents to follow COVID-19 health protocols due to Omicron sub-variant BA.2
In order to comply with health and safety protocols, the City of Long Beach highly encourages residents to protect themselves from the Omicron sub-variant BA.2 by getting vaccinated and wearing a mask.
The importance of taking care of your body through exercise and food.
Getting lost in a good book can be one of the most relaxing activities. However, many students rarely have the time or energy to open anything other than textbooks. For students who are in search of the right book to get lost in, here are five recommendations to do just that.
Read our new issue about health and wellness.
Councilmembers came to a unanimous vote in approving the strategic five-year plan for citywide health improvement and an eco-friendly tree replacing motive.
Dining halls need to have healthier food options for students who rely on them in order to survive college while keeping extra pounds off.
Let me start off by saying, unless you’re running a high temperature or you just lost a finger in woodshop — there’s no way in hell Student Health Services will write you a note to get out of class, no matter how sick you feel. In the midst of one[Read More…]