Science, Academic, Featured, Health Science, general April 14, 2017
Posted March 6, 2020

As the evolving coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues to make headlines, I want to share how Lock Haven University is helping to manage the risks to our community.

The Health Science Club at Lock Haven University will implement a Freedom From Smoking (FFS) in-person tobacco cessation program from March 16 through May 1. The American Lung Association awarded the club a $3,000 grant to implement this evidence-based seven-week program. Each session is designed to help tobacco users quit smoking by gaining control over their behavior.

The pre-professional program at Lock Haven University is preparing students interested in pursuing a professional medical degree after attending LHU to enter medical school.

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