Smoking: The Competition

According to the World Health Organization, 1 billion people will die early due to tobacco usage within the next century. Considering cigarette smoking is the number one preventable cause of disease and death, this statistic is even more tragic. Clearly this is a huge public health concern, but what can be done? Merely telling someone […]

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The Journey of Recovery

Have you ever struggled to find the right balance between doing what you know is best for yourself and doing what you feel everyone else wants you to do?  Let’s say you just planned out your study schedule for the day, and you decide that after dinner, you’re headed to the library.  Then your friends […]

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The Best Week of the Year

It’s time to get prepared for the greatest week of the semester: Wellness Week! If you aren’t familiar with this exciting week, you should be. It is filled with many wellness-related events that will help you become the best you can be with a ton of information on how to be well to do well! […]

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Love Doesn’t Hurt

Domestic violence: It’s still an issue that is largely downplayed on college campuses. But what constitutes domestic violence? It is an umbrella term which encompasses name-calling, controlling behaviors, intimidation, stalking, actual or threatened physical harm, or sexual assault. Approximately 70% of domestic violence cases go unreported – victims insist ‘nothing happened’ or the altercation ‘was […]

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