The Flu and You

By Kara Sedlack “Cough, cough! Sniffle, sniffle!” It may be the season of pumpkin spice lattes and wearing flannel shirts, but we are also approaching flu season. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the flu is a highly contagious acute viral respiratory infection that can occur in children and adults of... Continue Reading →

Trashing Our Futures

By Lillian Doyle Environmentalists are often written off as tree-hugging granola eaters who want to save the whales. However, many climate change scientists believe that environmentalists are out to save humankind. According to a recent report by The Guardian, the planet has reached its highest temperature, which it has not seen in 115,000 years. The... Continue Reading →

Be Breast Aware

By Ter'race Blake In observance of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it is very important that we make sure our breast health is taken into consideration as we live our day to day life. Here are five tips that you can use throughout the day, week and month to keep your breast health in... Continue Reading →

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