Logan’s Return-to-Campus Plan + COVID-19 Updates

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The Search for Tomorrow’s Health Care Leaders

As the recent coronavirus pandemic has shown, health care providers are today’s superheroes. And these heroes are in short supply. Older providers are retiring while younger physicians are choosing specialties over primary care. Our growing geriatric population combined with the rising incidence of non-communicable conditions like cancer, diabetes and obesity strain our health care resources. And while advances in diagnostic and treatment technology present opportunities for longer, healthier lives, they have triggered more health care visits and expenses. It all adds up to a huge and growing demand for professionals in all areas of health care, and the demand outweighs …

Tips for Taming Writing Anxiety

No matter what your age, education or profession, staring at a blank page or blinking cursor can send fear to the heart of even the most experienced writer. Like many forms of anxiety, writing anxiety is often based on a fear of the process of writing or how the outcome of that process will be scrutinized by someone else. “Students and professional writers alike suffer anxiety about their writing,” explains Dr. Sheri McCord, Writing Center Coordinator at Logan University. “It’s only human to fear our words may be judged or may not clearly communicate what we meant to say in …

Support Your Immune System with the Power of Nutrition

Challenging in the best of times, maintaining a healthy diet can seem nearly impossible when crisis hits. Yet, that is precisely when it matters the most. Balanced nutrition is the foundation of a balanced immune system. A complex network of organs, tissues and cells, your immune system is your last and most important line of defense against infections caused by everything from a minor injury to the common cold to COVID-19. “Adequate nutrition is vital to maintaining a healthy immune system,” said Dr. Theresa DeLorenzo, RD, Director of the Nutrition and Human Performance program at Logan University. “When we don’t …

Taking It Online: Tips for Going to College While Staying Home

Student working on laptop.

With advances in mobile technology and uncertainty in global health, more colleges and universities are turning to online education to reach more students and expand their academic offerings. And, students of all ages are discovering the advantages of online education: Online learning is convenient. With the option to learn where and when you choose, you can advance your education while balancing work and family responsibilities. With no dorm or dining plan fees or transportation costs, learning from home can be more affordable than a traditional on-campus program. Online learning gives you access to the nation’s top programs no matter where …