It’s a popular subject on college campuses. You constantly hear people talking about not getting enough and wanting so much more. Just thinking about it makes you want to crawl into bed, pull the blankets over your head and get some — sleep that is.
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The constant hustle and bustle of a college student’s life can easily cause tremendous strain, especially on one’s own stomach.
Cold and flu season has arrived and University of La Verne students are finding ways to cope with the bothersome viruses.
With midterms in progress, students are spending too many hours studying and not enough sleeping.
World health population is the focus of this year’s United Nations Day and is titled “Global Health and Interdependence.”
On Tuesday, researchers from the Medical Research Council released a report that estimated that by 2010, seven million South Africans will have died from AIDS.
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, better known as AIDS, is the awful disease that only drug addicts, homosexuals and sex-crazed disturbed individuals contract, right?
For people affected with medical problems including diabetes, Parkinson’s and strokes, throughout the country, the question of why they are struck with the disease is foremost in the minds of the afflicted. Recent scientific studies may be closer to answering these questions, but the answer is not going to be popular: people are causing their […]
Living in college dorm rooms can be the most exciting experience of a young adult’s life. Roommates, parties, sororities, fraternities and meningitis?
She is out of breath. Sweat beads her forehead. She stops running and holds her chest with a small, pudgy hand. Her 8-year-old heart is working too hard for her unexercised body. The fact that she weighs close to 100 lbs. does not work to her favor either. She is not alone.