Public health officials worry about what exposure does to youth Written by Lauren Turville A recent study by CDC researchers shows that approximately 70% of teens are exposed to e-cigarette advertisements. Students in middle and high school are frequently seeing these ads from multiple sources including in stores, online, in […]

Written by Ryan Chase New Balance Vazee Finding shoes that fit runners with high arches can be just as hard as finding a shoes for runners lacking in arches. The New Balance Vazee has great traction and maintains its shape, giving high-arched runners comfort with that knowledge. The Vazee works […]

Users and Abusers Written by Allyson Jones A marijuana-use disorder is like any other drug-use disorder. It involves a person being dependent on the drug (in this case marijuana) and abusing it. Marijuana-use disorders have become a significant and rising problem in the United States. Use: 2001-2002: 4% of adults […]

Shattering an age old myth about diet and bone health Written by Sydney Cobb Calcium has long been heralded as a champion of healthy bones, especially for the elderly. Recent studies shed some light on the correlations between calcium intake and bone fractures, and the results are unexpected. Surprisingly, calcium […]

Written by Ryan Chase We’ve all experienced the frustration of dealing with self-centered individuals, and sometimes we’re the guilty party. Narcissism, which can even reach the severity of a diagnosable personality disorder, takes selfishness to the next level: attention seeking becomes extreme, manipulation defines relationships, and empathy disappears. The term […]