Author: Sarah D'Souza
Beginning February 23, Penn State police officers will carry naloxone, a prescription drug that can save a person’s life in cases of opiate overdose, while on duty.
In Penn State’s annual efforts to discourage the beloved fake holiday that is State Patty’s, the university has once again announced restrictions on overnight guests for those living in the dorms.
Penn State researchers are working on addiction recovery technology that’s as simple as using your smart watch.
Penn State’s new and improved “FitWell” department, housed in the IM Building, will introduce a number of updates and innovations beginning this semester to focus on overall student wellness instead of just fitness.
While any gift received is a nice surprise, there are a few specific items on the wish lists of many college students.
The Health Promotion and Wellness office at Penn State has expanded to a new location in the newly renovated IM Building.