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My ups and downs with affordable health care

Many people, mostly Republicans, have been up in arms over the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare. The law helps subsidize health care for people who can’t afford it; critics are calling it socialism. As a 30-year-old college ...

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Classes resume with higher risk of H1N1 virus

Seven people in Fresno County have died of the respiratory flu virus H1N1, and students returning to campus for the new semester are at a greater risk of catching it. “In school environments, viruses are transmitted more easily,” said Dr. ...

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H1N1 flu shot clinic coming to USU

A free H1N1 vaccination clinic for students, faculty and staff will be held Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2009 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the USU Pavilion.

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H1N1 nasal spray clinic at USU

Fresno State’s first H1N1 vaccination clinic – with nasal spray vaccine only – will be held Wednesday, Nov. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to noon in the lower-floor Pavilion of the University Student Union.

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Hand sanitizer season has arrived

With the rapidly approaching flu season on the horizon, along with the H1N1 virus outbreak, many educational institutes have taken part in defending against illnesses.

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The effects of too much

Overindulgence. For some reason this word has been on my mind lately.

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The paranoia that won’t go away

Disgusted looks from classmates darted my way as I sneezed, yet again, hoping my Kleenex would act as a barricade from the myriad of germs that spewed out each time this involuntary action occurred.

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‘Dogs face new opponent, team gets flu shots

Whether you’re a player or a student, everyone needs to take precautions when dealing with the H1N1 virus, a Fresno State athletics official told The Collegian on Thursday.

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Bulldog game day

The Bulldogs’ 51-0 shutout of UC Davis last Saturday was nearly perfect and showed the ’Dogs are capable, but it was just a warm-up game. Now it is time for Fresno State to step up and play real college football.

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Experts say vaccine is safe

As the H1N1 vaccine becomes available in mid-October, Fresno State will partner with the Fresno County Public Health Department to provide vaccinations to those in the highest-risk groups, which includes young adults.

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Campus task force preps for flu season

Due to the pressing demands that the pandemic influenza virus, H1N1, and seasonal flu have placed on Fresno State, a special H1N1 task force has been created.

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President urges optimism, creativity

Welcome back! It’s always a pleasure for me to greet students who are returning to Fresno State or new to our campus. You are here at a challenging time for Fresno State and a historically significant time as we start our Centennial celebration beginning next spring. I know you have concerns regarding fee increases, classes closed or cut and what happens on the “furlough days” that you’ve probably heard about. We are concerned, too, and all faculty, staff and administrators on this campus are committed to doing everything we can to ensure your educational experience is as rich as possible.

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The swine flu pandemic is nigh

Yes, my friends, a global pandemic of epic proportions is sweeping across the face of the earth with the voracious appetite of a swarm of mutant locusts.

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