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SPREAD THE MESSAGE......NOT THE GERMS!

Oakland University is constantly working to provide a healthy and safe environment for all students, faculty, staff and visitors. We are committed to educate and train individuals in the prevention and control of infectious diseases as well as the potential for widespread health emergencies.

PREVENTION IS PRIMARY College students should pack more than their iPad and mini-fridge. Health authorities say that they should also pack an ounce of prevention against communicable diseases.  Living in residence halls, apartments, and off-campus housing can be a great experience, but know that everything which you own will probably be used by one person or another at some time.  If you have roommates and visitors, be aware that items such as phones, computer keyboards, TV remote controls, and even towels are all carriers of infectious disease.

Be a FLU Fighter ! 

·Don’t Wait …  Vaccinate

·Wash your hands frequently

·Cover your cough

·Stay home if you are sick-until 24 hours after your fever has ended

·Find healthy ways to deal with stress and anxiety

          GET PLENTY OF SLEEP

What You Should Know for the 2014-2015 Influenza Season

CDC Says “Take 3” Actions To Fight The Flu

IPC UPDATE and INFORMATION
Enterovirus D68-CDC Info
Severe Respiratory illness-EV-D68

 STOP THE FLU at OU 

FLU VACCINE IS AVAILABLE NOW! at:

GRAHAM HEALTH CENTER

  • Call for appointment today (248) 370-2341 Or
  • WALK-IN WEDNESDAYS-8am to 12 pm
  • Cost is $20, covered by most insurances
Join the Flu Vaccination Battle
Help OU win! 
Standup & be counted.
Click here for the 30 second survey and let us know about your flu vaccine.

LET'S BEAT 'EM

Ashley's Story from Rochester Hills
Five Flu Vaccine Myths (video)
Michigan Influenza Season
CDC 2014-2015 Flu Season Updates


             ADDITIONAL HEALTH INFORMATION