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Is There Such Thing as a “Superfood”?

By Kevin Bryan Searching up the word “diet” or “weight loss” in the internet search tab will bring up thousands of results. There is no doubt that an overweight America looks everyday for new techniques to drop a couple of pounds. However, …

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Early Bird vs. Night Owl

By Sandra Reece Benjamin Franklin once said, “Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise.” He was then describing what is now called an “Early Bird”, someone who gets to sleep at a early hour and …

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Male Birth Control?

By Edward Mims On the media recently there has been talk of scientific developments regarding the manufacturing of male birth control pills. The fact that there has not been a successful form of a male pill may be surprising to many, as …

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Food Trends of 2019

By Allen Bryan The U.S. is known for its high childhood obesity rates and poor overall dietary health of its citizens. Over the past decade, our country’s top doctors and fitness experts have been trying to mainstream new diets and healthy food …

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

By Kevin Bryan It is already April, and that means that long hours of light and warm temperatures are soon upon us. However, it also marks Autism Awareness Month, a month where people should seek to learn more about autism and what …

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Intermittent Fasting

By Allen Bryan Losing weight can be difficult; eating three meals a day with little to no calories to introduce a calorie deficit can seem impossible to maintain long term. Over the last few years, a dieting regimen that has become more …

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How to Convince an Antivaxxer

By Edward Mims Last week, the topic of discussion was measles and how deciding not to vaccinate is contributing to its return. However, only a small percentage of people (1-3%) are staunchly in opposition to vaccinations; these people are commonly called anti …

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Measles and Vaccines

By Edward Mims Scientific advancements are contributing every day to a new and better world for the next generation, one with less disease and strife for all. Vaccines are a common method of preventing disease, and are most readily seen with the …

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Listeria Fruit Recall

By Kevin Bryan Over the last century, quality of consumer products such as the food we eat has greatly increased through government regulation. However, it wasn’t always this safe for consumers to buy products such as canned meat. Upton Sinclair first exposed …

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Dental Anxiety

By Allen Bryan Dental appointments are often a scary ordeal for people, as imagining metal tools and x-rays being inserted into the mouth is not a comfortable thought before the procedure. However, as hard as it may be to believe, dentists are …

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