Health Archive

Commencement Stories: Laurie Herrera Demonstrates It’s Never Too Late to Learn

On July 11, Excelsior College will host its annual Commencement ceremony at the Empire State

Men’s Health Month: Hope After a Cancer Prognosis

Ron Milos is the editor for Excelsior College’s digital engagement services team. Last year,

Photo Slideshow: Health Care Reform Event at Excelsior College

Were you seen? Photos from “Health Care Reform: Impact on Nursing Practice and Education” at

Stress Awareness Month: Manage Stress Before It Manages You, Part 2

April is Stress Awareness Month. In Part 1 of this series, sources of stress

Stress Awareness Month: Manage Stress Before It Manages You

April is Stress Awareness Month and, at some point, stress affects most of us.

Thomas Larson and the Sanctuary of Illness [Part 3 – Genetics vs Lifestyle]

Journalist, critic and memoirist Thomas Larson is the author of the recently released The

Thomas Larson and the Sanctuary of Illness [Part 2: Understanding Heart Disease]

Journalist, critic and memoirist Thomas Larson is the author of the recently released The

Thomas Larson and the Sanctuary of Illness [Part 1: The Heart Attack]

Journalist, critic and memoirist Thomas Larson is the author of the recently released The

PTK Scholarship Helps Student with a Career in Recovery and Healing

Excelsior College today announced Talitha Purdy, from Chenango Forks, New York as the 2013-2014

Excelsior School of Health Sciences Announce Two New Graduate Program Specializations

The School of Health Sciences today announced the addition of two new specializations to

Excelsior College will “Go Pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Excelsior College staff, faculty and administrators will go

Excelsior College Student Exudes Optimism Despite ALS

In January 2013, Excelsior Life featured Ron Miller, an Excelsior College student teaching the

Commencement Stories: Patricia Mann, Devoting Her Life to Others

For more than thirty years, Patricia Mann has devoted her life to others, working

Men’s Health: Cancer Diagnosis Impact

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), women are twice as likely as

Promoting Men’s Health Awareness Week & Month: “Excelsior College Goes Blue”

Frequently, the Wellness Committee at Excelsior College holds events to promote good health, and

Excelsior College Alumni Study Connects Emotional and Physical Well-Being

At Excelsior College, our graduates pursue different pathways to a degree. Robert Wright, Jr.,

Excelsior College Launches MS in Health Sciences program

On May 15th, Excelsior College launched the MS in Health Sciences program, comprised of

Compelling Memoir Strikes Chord with T1 Diabetes Sufferers

  Hudson Whitman/Excelsior College Press has published a heartfelt and honest new book that

Katherine Wehr: “I was a much better student as an adult”

Katherine Wehr entered her early professional life confident of earning a decent living without

College Student Teaches the Meaning of Drive, Determination, and Never Giving Up Despite ALS

Update (September 2013):  Miller participates in ALS Walk, raises $4,000. Ron Miller is not