DID YOU KNOW?
Information on regions where cases of avian flu have been identified is available on the CU Pandemic Flu web site.
Campus Pandemic Flu Web Site Now Online
A web site for the CU-Boulder pandemic response plan is now posted at www.colorado.edu/safety/pandemicflu. The site lists key elements of the plan, including international travel cautions and a variety of resources. Wardenburg health officials are emphasizing the importance of seasonal flu vaccines this year as a significant way to maintain a healthy immune system—stay tuned for information on upcoming flu clinics.
Do You Know Your IdentiKey?
Your IdentiKey consists of your CU login name and a password that usually is different from your email password. An IdentiKeys allows you to log into CUConnect, the faculty/staff web portal; log into computers in ITS, housing and certain other computing labs; dial into the modem pools; access the wireless network; and log into WebCT and SkillSoft. For more information about your IndentiKey visit the ITS web site.
Wardenburg Offering Acupuncture and Massage Therapy Sessions
If you're experiencing health problems due to allergies, anxiety, depression, stress, back or neck pain, you may want to consider Wardenburg's acupuncture and massage therapy sessions. A short trial of acupuncture can decrease pain and discomfort that accompanies many conditions, and massage therapy is an excellent way to assist with relaxation, stress reduction, and sports recovery. Acupuncture is $35 per session and massage therapy is $40 for 45 minutes. Call (303) 492-6280 for information and scheduling.