Viruses like the flu can last 7 to 10 days, meaning symptoms like a stuffy nose, body aches, fatigue and a sore throat stick around. Since antibiotics typically don't work for viruses, it's all about staying as healthy as possible.
Embarking on a master's in education, Eduardo Fiallos is developing a more formal, rigorous research and methods approach to training and competition as the technical coordinator for CU women's volleyball.
This week, learn basic bike maintenance, catch a film screening for Latinx Heritage Month, get free lunch at Welcome Wednesday, step on stage for karaoke night, join a New Venture Challenge info session and more.
Laura Devendorf is diving into the field of smart textiles, fabrics that look and feel like wool and cotton but exhibit dynamic properties, envisioning a relationship with technology that's slower and more thoughtful.
After enough late nights and early mornings, feeling sleepy can seem like part of the college experience. But restful sleep is vital to overall health, so how can you get your sleep cycle under control?
At times, a student may exhibit behavior that is concerning. Even if a nagging feeling in your gut is all you have to go on, pay attention to it. Get examples of concerning behavior and tips on how to help.
This weekend, run the Nearly Naked Mile, catch a film screening and lectures, support CU volleyball and men's club hockey, join fellow grad students for a bike ride, celebrate Bisexuality Day and more.