News & Updates
Recall of Alysena 28 Birth Control Pills:
A recall of the Alysna 28 birth control pills (Lot LF01899A) has recently been made due to a packaging error in which only 14 days of active contraceptive tablets were provided instead of the prescribed 21 days. Women who use this product are encourage to speak with their doctors.
This is *not* a product distributed through the UTM HCC but students are welcome to make an appointment with one of our health professionals if they are concerned.
Change to Extended Hours:
The last day of extended evening hours for this term will be Wednesday, April 24th. Extended hours will resume again in the Fall. To view the full schedule, please visit our Hours of Operation page.
International Student Health Insurance:
The University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) has made changes to how international students receive their health card. Beginning September 1st, students will be able to access their cards online. Details about this new process are available on the Centre for International Experience's (CIE) UHIP webpage.
Student Health 101: In the latest edition....
- Top 5 Foods to Power Up Your Plate
- Beat Stress Before Your Test
- Drinking Differences
- Run With Your Passion
- Sports Nutrition - Fueling Your Workout
- The Social Web
Check out SH101 for these and many more articles than can help you be healthier.
Not sure why it's important to get immunized? Or where or when to get your immunizations updated?
Visit Immunization Peel or make an appointment at the Health & Counselling Centre to find out more.