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Feeling a pandemic

Arizona State University’s Health Services department plays a critical role in student success by helping them stay healthy and well, both physically and mentally. Students on all ASU campuses have access to health care professionals who can respond when students fall ill, and who also provide resources to help them with nutrition, exercise and healthy lifestyles — including counseling services.

In the time of COVID-19, with public health top of mind for everyone, we talked with ASU Health Services Director Aaron Krasnow about how it feels to live and work (school included) in a pandemic. It’s normal to feel anxiety and stress, and it’s OK to say it.

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