Alcohol During COVID-19
Thursday, December 3, 2020, 12-1pm
Up to 1/3 of college students say they’ve participated in binge drinking. On top of that, the American Heart Association says alcohol sales and consumption have gone up during the pandemic. Drinking alcohol has effects on physical health, increasing the risk of liver and heart disease, as well as worsening anxiety and depression. It also negatively alters memory, judgement, and decision making. Learn about safer consumption of alcohol, alternative coping mechanisms to the stress and anxiety of the pandemic, and the alcohol-related resources available to you during COVID-19.
Note: You can choose to attend anonymously by signing out of your Zoom account prior to the webinar, joining the meeting, and choosing an alias display name when prompted.
Click on the menu below and utilize the materials (PowerPoint presentations, videos, and handouts).
You may also request a webinar or virtual program for your WSU community needs, such as student organizations, Greek life, courses, etc.
We look forward to resuming in-person presentations and programming soon.
Campus Health Center Program Menu
The Flu and You: Why vaccination is more important than ever during COVID-19
Mindfulness Techniques to Cope with the Effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic
Nutrition During COVID-19
PrEP: Is it right for you?
Sexual Health – Sexually Transmitted Infections
Sexual Health – Safe Sex & Contraception
Suicide Prevention 101: Mental Health & Suicide Prevention during the Coronavirus Pandemic
General Wellness – “A Healthy You”
Campus Health Center 101
Love Shouldn't Hurt - Domestic Abuse Prevention Program
Stress and Anxiety
Opioids and Antibiotic Resistance
Vaping and Smoking Cessation
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