General Health

Welcome to the common college health concerns section of our website. On these pages you will find information on a wide range of physical and emotional health concerns and topics. Use the navigation bar at left to find information and health maintenance and self care information on topics ranging from bone health and flu to managing stress and staying protected on a sunny day. Don't let this information take the place of regular medical care and be sure to access the services of the health resources on campus as needed.

Note on the terminology used on this page: For this page, we use the term "trans" to refer to those who express their gender differently than how society expects them to based on the sexual anatomy they were born with. This encompasses a range of gender identities including, but not limited to, transgender, genderqueer, FTM (female to male), or MTF (male to female).

There are lots of resources to keep you emotionally and physically well here at Brown. 

Note on the terminology used on this page: For this page, we use the term "trans" to refer to those who express their gender differently than how society expects them to based on the sexual anatomy they were born with. This encompasses a range of gender identities including, but not limited to, transgender, genderqueer, FTM (female to male), or MTF (male to female).

Rigid definitions of masculinity are toxic to men's health. Even the World Health Organization (WHO) has recognized that men's tendency to die at younger ages may correlate to the harmful ways that masculinity has been defined in society and the ways that men have been conditioned to practice it.

Note on the terminology used on this page: For this page, we use the term "trans" to refer to those who express their gender differently than how society expects them to based on the sexual anatomy they were born with. This encompasses a range of gender identities including, but not limited to, transgender, genderqueer, FTM (female to male), or MTF (male to female).

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PHONE NUMBERS
  • 401.863-2794
    Health Promotion
  • 401.863-3953
    Health Services
  • 401.863-6000
    Sexual Assault Response Line
  • 401.863-4111
    EMS
  • 401.863-3476
    Counseling & Psychological Services
  • 401.863-4111
    DPS
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