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Health Education Handouts

Whether it's for yourself, a friend, roommate, partner, or anyone else, Health Promotion Services (HPS) can help you find current, accurate information and contact numbers for other health and wellness resources on and off campus. Here are some health education handouts/resources.

 Please note:  These handouts are meant for educational purpose only.  They are not meant to provide a diagnosis or be a substitute for a medical advice by a health care professional. If you have a question health education please contact Kamal Harb at harb@usfca.edu.  If you have a medical question or needs to see a physician, you can all Student Health Services at 415-750-5995 to schedule an appointment. 

A  , B , CD , E , F ,  G ,  H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P  , Q, R, S , T , U, V , W , X, Y , Z  

A.

Alcohol: 
         Responsible drinking tips

         Blood Alcohol Concentration Chart

Allergy

Antibiotics use

Asthma

B. 

Bacterial Vaginosis  

Bedbugs

Breast Cancer  

C.

Chlamydia  

Cold Vs. The Flu 

Cervical cancer 

Conjunctivitis  (pink eye)

D.

Diabetes and the Flu Vaccine

E.

E. Coli 

F.

Seasonal Flu   (California Department of Public Health)

Flu Vaccine  (pdf)

G.

Genital Warts 

Gonorrhea    

Guillain-Barre Syndrome   (California Department of Public Health)

H. 

H1N1 (Swine Flu) 

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis B

Hepatitis C

Hepatitis A, B, C chart 

Herpes  

HIV/AIDS In the USA 

M.

Measles, Mumps and Rubella

Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus  (MRSA)

Meningitis  

P. 

PPD Skin Test 

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease  

Pertussis (Whooping Cough)   (California Department of Public Health)

S.

Scarlet Fever 

Swimmer Ear  (Otitis Externa)

STI General Information   

Syphilis    

T. 

Tdap vaccine

Tobacco

Toilet Seat covers 

Trichomoniasis   

Tuberculosis

U.

Urinary Tract Infection

W.

West Nile Virus

 V.

Varicella  (Chicken pox)

 Y.

Yeast Infection

Yellow Fever