“Imagine waking up, stretching and instinctively reaching for your phone. It’s a habit, right? Notifications flood in, and before you know it, you’re sucked into a digital whirlpool. Sound familiar? You’re not alone. College students, on average, spend a whopping 8-10 hours daily on their devices. Between classwork, social media and streaming, we’re immersed in the digital world.”
It is hard to imagine a world where only men can sweat. This was the reality for much of the 20th century when women who exercised were considered unladylike. After World War II, when women started to enter the workforce and television became a common household device, one of the first exercise instructors on television, […]
“My internalized belief that my own breasts are sexualized — and thus, inappropriate in the settings of my day-to day-life — is a daily burden.”
“So if inserting IUDs can be so painful, why is there no standard protocol for controlling the pain?”
For over a decade, explorer Dan Buettner studied regions around the world with the longest-living populations and lowest rates of chronic illness. After multiple expeditions with National Geographic and a team of scientists, Buettner identified five regions where people live the longest, healthiest and happiest lives. He dubbed them the Blue Zones: Okinawa, Japan; Sardinia, […]
What has not disappeared are the struggles of students on campus as autumn continues marching forward into a looming winter. The darkness that sets in by 5 p.m. and finals on the horizon did little to bring up the spirits on campus; it can be difficult to remember to focus on yourself when so much is happening around you.
As if that weren’t enough, Mulaney’s new show, From Scratch, has a reputation of being ‘uncomfortably vulnerable.’ He reportedly digs into the more nitty-gritty details of relapse, intervention and rehab. Mulaney’s comedic and tragic rendition of his journey digs up some of the roots of the glamorization of drug and alcohol abuse amongst the rich and famous that are firmly ensconced in many young adults’ brains.
Welcome to the first installment of a new column called “WTF Is…”, where the Health Team tackles confusing health concepts. In this volume, Priya Kosana breaks down how sunscreen actually works to protect your skin and Olivia Dela Cruz demystifies what mindful eating is.
Within the fashion industry, many factors cause anxiety or worry in consumers. Some stores only cater to a specific body type or a small size range. Brands like Lululemon, Torrid, Victoria’s Secret and more are blatantly geared towards specific women and they prove it through their marketing and models.