Samantha Care was not on the show “16 and pregnant,” but she was indeed 16 and pregnant. A night of drunken stupor changed Care’s...
America remains the fattest nation, as recommendations by health officials to eat healthy and exercise stay widely ignored. In the last year, adult obesity...
Whether a professional, scholar, or an avocational athlete, each strives to be the very best at what he or she does. Many top athletes do not have time during their busy day to cook meals that include all the daily recommended nutrients needed. As a result of this lack of time, the other option is to purchase over-the-counter dietary supplements which meet those daily requirements.
Forget the Swine Flu. Students in the Bloomsburg University community have an even more troubling sickness to worry about.
As the new semester of college rolls around the corner, a new outbreak of winter sickness hits the students and faculty of Bloomsburg University. Why does it happen? Can we prevent it? What can we do to heal ourselves if we do become sick?
As another flu season comes to an end, we take a look at how Bloomsburg freshmen coped with being sick while away from home for the first time.
No need to set aside time for work outs on spring break, you'll already be doing it!
Before the beginning of college, one of the stereotypical comments you hear is to beware of the “freshman fifteen.” And with the cafeteria being filled with yummy, grease-filled, home-style food, it isn’t hard to understand why.
Every college student has dreaded the freshmen fifteen, but if you are no longer a freshman and you think you’re off the hook, you may be mistaken.