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Stress and Sleep

By: Michelle Hua Sleep is an extremely important function for humans. It helps to regenerate cells, improves memory, and repair muscles. Adults need at least seven to nine hours of sleep per night, and younger people need even more. However, many people, …

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Insect and Tick-Transmitted Diseases

By: Michelle Hua As summer vacation starts, more people start camping and traveling. However, some vacation spots where people travel to are home to many insects and arachnids. While they are mostly seen as just a small annoyance, they could also potentially …

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Guide to Weight Lifting

By: Derek Dong If you don’t know what you’re doing, weightlifting can definitely seem like a frustratingly difficult endeavor to embark on. But with the proper knowledge and a lot of practice, it can undoubtedly be very fun and rewarding — a …

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Bedbugs

By Allen Bryan Many of us have had our parents say, “Good night, sleep tight. Don’t let the bedbugs bite.” Though this is just an old saying, bed bugs really can come when you are sleeping for a late night snack. These …

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Influence of Bacteria on Autism

By Edward Mims Influence of Bacteria on Autism Autism or ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), is a developmental disorder involving difficulties with speech and nonverbal communication, repetitive behaviors, and social skills. Because there are many subtypes of autism, it is called a spectrum …

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Sleep Myths

By Sandra Reece    Obesity is an epidemic that has struck America in the last decades, and the movement towards a heavier America has been one that health experts and researchers have been trying to reverse for many years now. Most people know …

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The Future of Meat

By Kevin Bryan Vegetarianism and veganism have become dieting methods that have grown at a staggering pace in the past years. Plant-based dieting habits have been researched extensively recently, and studies have shown that meatless eating may have numerous benefits to the …

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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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