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Boston University Student Health Services is committed to providing quality care and services to the BU student community.
BU Student Health Services has a team of first-rate medical and behavioral health providers. We offer numerous programs and services on a variety of health and wellness topics. Please visit our website at bu.edu/shs for additional service information! Contact Information: *In case of emergency please dial 911 or BU Police Department at 617-353-2121* Primary Care or Medical Concern: 617-353-3575 then press 3 Mental Health: 617-353-3569 Sexual Assault & Crises: 617-353-7277 Wellness & Prevention Services: 617-358-0485
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Wishing everyone a fun and healthy summer!
Thanks to everyone who came out to The Sunset Cantina tonight for Sex at Sunset: Nacho Average Trivia! We hope you had as much fun as we did and learned a thing or two. Congratulations to our winners!
FINAL BONUS ROUND: Top 10 Most Effective Reversible BC (in order of effectiveness according to “typical use,” which refers to how the average person uses that method of birth control) 1. Abstinence – 100% 2. Implant - >99% 3. IUD - >99% 4. The patch - 91% 5. Pill – 91% 6. Ring – 91% 7. Diaphragm – 88% 8. Male condom – 82% 9. Female condom – 79% 10. Withdrawal – 78% Not included: Sponge – 76-88%; Fertility awareness 76-88% Spermicide – 72%; Cervical Cap – 71-86% #SafeIsSexy
How many times more likely are Bostonians ages 15 to 24 to have Chlamydia, than Bostonians overall? #KnowYourStats #Boston
We hope your winter break is going well! We miss you Terriers and can't wait for you to be back on campus!
Washing your hands often can prevent the spread of germs and help you avoid that nasty cold this winter.. not to mention the dreaded flu! #ThoughtfulThursday