By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor What coffee you choose each morning could say something about your personality, a new study finds. Dr. Ramani Durvasula, a clinical psychologist, recently conducted a study of 1,000 coffee drinkers. The study took into account common personality traits from several methods of psychological schools of thought in order to come […]
By Lauren Matheny, Lifestyles Editor For students, summer is a time to relax, take a deep breath, and look back on the year of hard work with pride. It’s a time for summer jobs, for exciting internships, for horizon-broadening trips abroad. But despite the temptation to completely check out, summer should also be a time […]
The university counselors promote stress relief during finals week by brining therapy dogs to campus. Brandi Gibson, director of university counseling, said the best way to relieve stress is to maintain a healthy diet and sleep regularly throughout the semester.
Students and university officials are working to establish better mental health services and access on campus. Brandi Gibson, director of university counseling, serves at the director of the behavior intervention team. Click here to read more on the team’s objectives and members. “I provide feedback regarding mental health issues if there’s a student in question […]
The gluten-free diet has become a cultural phenomenon for those seeking to lose weight and boost their digestive health
By Lauren Matheny, Staff Writer The fall semester signals a fresh start for students across campus. It also brings the beginning of unhealthy habits: late night pizza binges, hours spent avoiding homework and watching Netflix, and a host of other college vices that can lead to sickness, stress and impaired class performance. Starting out the […]
By Ally Hansen Emily Bauer, 16, of Cypress, Texas, is slowly recovering from near-lethal complications after smoking synthetic marijuana. The drug, also known as “spice,” was linked to more than 11,000 emergency department visits in 2010, according to a report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. To read Emily’s full story, click […]
By Amy Fuhrman Whichever team you may be rooting for this weekend, the Super Bowl is a huge event for both football and snacking. It is estimated that Americans will consume 1.25 billion chicken wings, 4.4 million pizzas and 11.2 million pounds of potato chips. With obesity on the rise in America, it may be […]
By Lindey Boatman The International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood (ISAAC) has discovered evidence of clear associations between certain unhealthy foods and severe asthma, hay fever and eczema. Similarly, it has been found that children who eat fruit regularly were protected against severe asthma in addition to enjoying other health advantages. To read […]
By Lindey Boatman, Ad/Marketing Director Getting the proper nutrients is necessary for college students but often proves difficult. This is especially important during the cold and flu season. Dietitian Becky Varner recently described the benefits of root vegetables that can be found in the winter and shares her recipe for Roasted Vegetable Medley. To view […]
Feeling homesick or generally “blue” is a problem that many college freshmen face. Many freshmen find themselves far away from their families and homes for the first time. This coupled with attending an entirely new school and facing a new and more intense academic workload often seems overwhelming. Study Successful has written a new list […]
New York City became the first city in the United States to limit the size of sugary drinks sold at food establishments. While some are praising the measure, others are outraged by the new law. Click here to read more about the new law and New York City Health Commissioner Thomas Farley’s statement.