Health & Wellness

This section covers health. For example: How to not get a cold. How to lift weights correctly. Or how to avoid stress during the holidays.

Why You Should Drink Milk

Why You Should Drink Milk

By: Umar Tyler, Writer

Has anyone ever told you to drink milk? There are many different types of milk people drink. Some types of milk that are well known are regular cow milk, almond milk, and soy milk. Here are some reasons...

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The Benefits Of Aloe Vera

The Benefits Of Aloe Vera

By: Umar Tyler, Writer

Ever heard of Aloe Vera? Aloe vera is a green plant with a protective outer leaf skin that is pointy and has a gel-like substance on the inside that is used for many different purposes. Here are some benefits...

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Tips To Relieve Stress

Tips To Relieve Stress

By: Umar Tyler, Writer

Is work, school, or life overall stressful for you? Stress is one of, if not the most overwhelming and energy-draining problems to face. Many people, including me, can heavily relate to how much of a toll...

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Sneeze vector by 729:512 is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Why Do You Sneeze?

By: Alexander Nguyen, Reporter
Sneezing or Sternutation is your body’s reflexive way to get something bothersome out of your nose. Sneezing involves a complex procedure from your brain.
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Why You Should Eat Cucumbers

Why You Should Eat Cucumbers

By: Umar Tyler, Journalist
ucumber is a very nutritious fruit. It has many essential elements such as water, protein, iron, vitamin C and K, calcium, and other many beneficial elements. Cucumber can help prevent dehydration.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa sees off Coronavirus COVID-19 quarantined citizens from The Ranch Resort by GovernmentZA is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0

CoViD-19 Can Discriminate

By: Valerie Lai, Journalist
CoViD-19 can be discriminatory against race and economic status.
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FCC Presents New Suicide Prevention Hotline With A Three-Digit Number

By: Kevin Le, Reporter
During this epidemic, the need for mental health care for teens has soared, and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants teens to be able to access a suicide prevention line via their preferred means of communication, namely texting.
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Black and White by Brian Auer is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

The Ageist Divide

By: Gabrielle Carpenter, Editor
Remember the golden rule?
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2019.08.18 Impossible Burger, Washington, DC USA 230 10018 by tedeytan is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Beef Burger vs. Meatless Burger – Which One Is Better?

By: Valerie Lai, Journalist
Are plant-based burgers healthier than beef burgers?
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Syringe and Vaccine by NIAID is licensed under CC BY 2.0

FDA Approves Pfizer Vaccine for 12-15 Year-Olds

By: Valerie Lai, Journalist
The FDA has just authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for use in 12-15 year-olds.
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Syringe and Vaccine by NIAID is licensed with CC BY 2.0.

Could Children Ages 12-15 Get the Vaccine?

By: Aurora Ayala, Journalist
On April 9th, Pfizer requested the FDA to modify their EUA (emergency use authorization) so that teens ages 12-15 could get the vaccine as well. 
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Why Do We Feel Tired?

By: Nathan Britton, Journalist
During the night, your brain's Circadian Rhythm tells your pineal gland to produce melatonin. Circadian Rhythms are basically, when you see light, your brain thinks you should be awake, but when you see darkness it thinks you should be asleep.
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