University Health Service

Sexual Health

Sexuality is a broad concept - it includes desires, values, identities, behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs. How we take care of ourselves with regard to sexuality is our sexual health. 

The World Health Organization defines sexual health as:


Healthy Eating and Body Image

Developing a healthy relationship with food and our bodies is a key component of achieving overall wellness.

It is hard to feel good about ourselves or our contributions in the world when we have a troubled relationship with the way we eat or the way we look. 

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Alcohol and Other Drugs

Here you can learn about alcohol and other drug-related health concerns, educational initiatives, environmental strategies plus collaborative efforts between the U-M campus and Ann Arbor community.

Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention:

Our programs work to reduce harmful consequences of alcohol and other drug use, in order to support students in achieving their personal and academic potential.



Safer Sex Supplies

Condoms and other products for safer sex:

Until mid-August, free condoms and safer sex items are available to U-M students:

  • On the 4th floor of UHS, near the central elevator AND
  • At  Wolverine Wellness in the CCRB 

All latex condoms sold in the U.S. (other than "novelty condoms"), including all condoms available at UHS, are medical devices that are regulated by the FDA. All brands of condoms are subject to stringent quality standards, and research shows that they are equally effective in preventing pregnancy and STI/HIV. 

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Your Health Care Kit

It's 2 AM and you're feeling feverish -- got a thermometer?  We recommend that you have a health care kit so you can be ready. Here are suggestions. 


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