Campus Health Alerts and Flu Shots

Zika: How to Protect Yourself

Taking a vacation? Chances are that you’ve heard about protecting yourself against Zika. But just what is Zika and how do you protect yourself? Zika is a virus primarily spread by mosquitoes, but Zika can also be passed through sexual intercourse from a person who has Zika to sex partners, and from a pregnant woman to her fetus…. Read more »

Mumps on the IUB Campus

Indiana University is investigating a cluster of mumps cases on the Bloomington campus. Five total cases have been confirmed since December. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), mumps cases nationwide are at a 10-year high, with 46 states reporting cases in the last year. IU is taking all precautions to protect… Read more »

Flu Shots Still Available at Health Center

Did you miss our campus clinics? Flu shots are still available to students, faculty, and staff at the Health Center. Hours: Students: Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30; Saturday 10:00-1:45 Faculty and staff: Monday-Friday 8:00-11:00 or 2:00-4:00; Saturday 10:00-1:00 Please note that there may be a wait for a nurse. Refer to the health center’s website for hours as they may be… Read more »