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3 Mental Health Myths Debunked

With the internet, we can find answers to our questions with the click of a button. However, sometimes too much information can be worse than no information at all. Anyone who has gone online can attest to that. Medical information online is a great tool because it allows us to become informed before seeing our . . . . Continue Reading


FAU Study Answers Crucial Question: Why Do Adolescent Friendships End?

When you’re young, friendships are everything. Growing up, I did not have a lot of friends, but the friends I did have, I clung on to. My friends provided me a sense of peace when I went to school each day. During the childhood and adolescent years, friendships can help create the foundation of your personality. . . . . Continue Reading


The Unfortunate Decline in Responsive Communication

Looking for a roommate over the past few months has motivated me to delve into the decline of responsive communication.  From my experience, the unresponsiveness of potential roommates, whom I had already acquired rapports with, grew increasingly frustrating. Suddenly, I found myself pondering the psychology behind the decline in responsive communication. I desired to understand the reasoning behind it all. What . . . . Continue Reading


New Toxicology Reports Reveal Bobbi Kristina Brown’s Cause of Death

For a while, the news and controversy surrounding Bobbi Kristina Brown had slowed down since her death was officially declared on July 26, 2015. Now, Bobbi Kristina Brown is gaining media attention again after results from her toxicology report were released to the public on Friday, which would have been her 23rd birthday. The toxicology . . . . Continue Reading


Today Is International Women’s Day 2016: Here’s How the World Is Celebrating

“I am woman, Hear me roar!” Today is International Women’s Day of 2016! All across the world, countries are taking part of International Women’s Day in a variety of ways. This day was created to celebrate the achievements of inspiring women across the globe.  International Women’s Day started back on February 28, 1909, when across America, women . . . . Continue Reading


4 Science-Backed Ways to Boost Your Willpower

    Willpower can be an incredibly hard thing to maintain, especially when you are surrounded by temptation. When your willpower is depleted, it makes  it difficult to always make the right decisions. However, learning the tools to self-control helps you in achieving those milestones you always wanted. Fortunately, there are techniques that help in . . . . Continue Reading


6 Ways to Clean Your House When You’re Depressed

When you are feeling depressed, the last thing you may want to do is clean. However, cleaning can do wonders to help a depressed mind.  One of the first key signs of depression is breaking out of doing chores such as cleaning.  Unfortunately, a messy house can actually make the feelings of depression worse. The . . . . Continue Reading


8 Ways to Fight Sugar Addiction and Live a Healthier Life

The idea of sugar being an addiction may be hard for many to grasp, especially for those in recovery. However, Americans are consuming an average of 160 pounds of refined sugar per person a year. Refined sugar is actually considered by cardiovascular researchers to have properties similar to cocaine. In fact, a 2012 study in . . . . Continue Reading


Coffee Shown to Reduce Risk of Liver Cirrhosis

Nothing beats a cup of coffee in the morning. In fact, millions of Americans start their workday with a cup of Joe; however most of them are not drinking coffee to reduce the effects of excessive drinking. Yet, believe it or not, a new study claims that drinking at least two cups of coffee can . . . . Continue Reading


Preventing Teen Drug Abuse: 3 Steps to Safeguard Your Home

It has been estimated that two-thirds of teens who abuse prescription medicine get them from friends, family, and acquaintances. Even worse, many teens report their first experience with drugs coming from the family medicine cabinet. As the prescription drug epidemic continues to become a major topic of discussion, another issue needs to be address: how . . . . Continue Reading