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Enebriation Prevention

By Kevin Bryan Everyone will be exposed to alcohol at some time or another when attending parties or large celebrations with friends. While alcohol in moderation can assist in making a fun time for everyone, knowing the signals of when someone has …

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A Life Without Antibiotics

By Edward Mims Most of us do not remember a world before antibiotics. It was only in the 1940s that penicillin, the first truly effective antibiotic, began to be used in a significant way. Ask your grandparents or an octogenarian neighbor what …

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Athlete’s Foot

By Shi Wen Xing Athlete’s foot is a disease most notably linked to the locker rooms and people who frequent them.  The locker room, however, is not the only place you can contract this infection, and feet are not the only site …

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Salmonella

By Allen Bryan Having an egg every morning for protein is a healthful dietary habit, but it could also cause a type of food poisoning known as Salmonella. The infection is called Salmonellosis, but is widely known by the bacteria’s genus name, …

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Potent Probiotic Power

By Kevin Bryan For thousands of years, people have been eating yogurt, kefir, and other fermented foods because they are tasty and they store well. Yogurt is one of the oldest and most-popular fermented foods in the world. It dates back five …

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Tooth Trauma

By Kevin Bryan Trauma, or physical injury, of a tooth is a common occurrence in adolescents. These injuries are often caused by accidents during sports or even normal household activities. Some of these injuries may result in a chipped or fractured tooth, …

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Ticks

By Allen Bryan Have you ever had red spots on your skin after a long hike that you just can’t stop itching? If so, you have probably been bitten by a tick. Ticks exist all around the world and they could be …

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Stretching against Stress

By Allen Bryan   Have you ever felt sore after a long run, or had a strain on your body? If so, stretching may be very beneficial. Stretching is deliberately flexing a muscle or tendon in order to lengthen it. In doing …

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The Benefits and Detriments of Video Games

By Kevin Bryan   Video games have long been established as an unhealthy activity, but like anything, moderation is key. While many aspects of video games may cause detriments to health, other evidence reveals that there can be some benefits to health …

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Coliforms in Our Waterways

By Kevin Bryan   Waterways are popular throughout the world for both survival and recreation. People around the world use waterways for cooking, drinking, and washing. Waterways are also popular for recreational activities include kayaking, windsurfing, rowing, paddle boarding, swimming and fishing. …

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