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Computer Games: Neutral View

By Jenny Sun The long argument of whether playing computer games for extended periods of time affects adolescent behavior has never been at a more even stalemate. Not only does both sides have numerous valid arguments, each contention is thoroughly thought out …

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Trans Fats: More Evil Than Normal Fats

The dreaded word “fat” has always had a negative connotation, but of the many types of fat, some are good for your body. Unfortunately, when overused by the food industry, they become dangerous, and trans fats are one such example. Trans fats …

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Hobby Supplies: Unknown Dangers

The world of scale model and remote control hobbies is rather large, and requires much patience. Or at least that’s what the enthusiasts tell you. Starting in scale modeling requires lots of research about kits, supplies, and procedures, and many modelers don’t …

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Self Control

By Jiemin S As a teenager, are you controlling your life? Are you good at controlling your life? What is self control? By definition, self-control is the ability to stop when necessary, or to keep calm to make rational decisions. Self control …

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Synthetic and Whole-Food Vitamins

SYNTHETIC VITAMINS Synthetic vitamins are artificial chemical isolates, or a pure extract, made in a lab. These vitamins are created to mimic the vitamin benefits that their natural equivalents found in food offer. However, synthetic vitamins only provide fractionated pieces of the …

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Yoga: Mild Exercise, Great Results

By Jenny Sun Yoga has always been popular with those who wish to stay fit and flexible without lengthy, hard workouts. Originating in India, this style of stretching is an ancient and traditional way of fitness. The practice of yoga, as seen …

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Detoxification

By Bill Chang Your body is fighting a lifelong war: not with other people or anything of that scale, but on a cellular level. Toxins, substances that do harm to your body, contaminate your everyday belongings, and enter your body through food, …

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Introversion

By Jenny S   Introversion is a character trait, not a defect, and for sure not even a disease. Many people think that it is hard for people who consider themselves introverts to communicate and exchange ideas. However, the opposite is true …

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Computer Illness

With the invention of the computer and as more powerful devices are squeezed into smaller and smaller cases, the problem of posture arose. Some habits when using technology can directly affect many different portions of your body. In the age where hunching …

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Hurricane Harvey: Long-term Effects

Tropical storms, or hurricanes, have always been a problem of the American south. Since the 2000s, these swirls of 140 mph winds and whipping rain has caused hundreds of billions of dollars in damages since 2000. Hurricane Harvey have not only left …

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