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Why Smartphones are Harmful to Sleep

Why Smartphones are Harmful to Sleep

Carsyn Hall
May 20, 2020

Why Smartphones are Harmful to Sleep Carsyn Hall Getting enough sleep is a key part of maintaining a positive well-being and helping your brain to work properly. When you don’t get enough sleep,...

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Mental Awareness Month

Mental Awareness Month

Carsyn Hall
May 6, 2020

Mental Awareness Month Carsyn Hall Since 1949, the month of May has been known as mental health month in the United States by organizations such as NAMI and Mental Health America. The month is meant...

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Cinco de Mayo: The Origin

Cinco de Mayo: The Origin

Carsyn Hall
April 29, 2020

Cinco de Mayo: The Origin Carsyn Hall Cinco de Mayo is one of the most misunderstood holidays in Mexican history. People often mistake Cinco de Mayo as Mexico’s day of independence, when it’s actually...

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Coping with Back Pain

Coping with Back Pain

Carsyn Hall
April 21, 2020

Coping with Back Pain Carsyn Hall Back pain is the sixth costliest condition in the United States, affecting Nearly 65 million Americans according to Georgetown University. It’s very common and prevents...

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Do anti-inflammatories treat or feed the Coronavirus?

Do anti-inflammatories treat or feed the Coronavirus?

Carsyn Hall
April 7, 2020

Do anti-inflammatories treat or feed the Coronavirus? Carsyn Hall Common over-the-counter pain relievers that include Ibuprofen are being used to treat symptoms, such as fever and body aches, of COVID-19....

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Got Time? Quarantine Activities That Will Save You From Insanity Carsyn Hall

Got Time? Quarantine Activities That Will Save You From Insanity Carsyn Hall

Carsyn Hall
March 31, 2020

Got Time? Quarantine Activities That Will Save You From Insanity Carsyn Hall As schools are closed, sports are canceled, and stores are shut down, many students and adults are suffering from boredom...

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What Makes a Great Teacher

What Makes a Great Teacher

Carsyn Hall
March 25, 2020

What Makes a Great Teacher Part 2 of a 2 Part Series Carsyn Hall “What makes a great teacher is being flexible to meet the needs of your kids instead of being determined for them to meet your expectations....

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What makes a good student

What makes a good student

Carsyn Hall
March 10, 2020

What Makes a Good Student Part 1 of a 2 Part Series Carsyn Hall Being a good student doesn’t have to mean making the highest grades or being the teachers pet. There are many other qualities a student...

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Ones Trash is Anothers Treasure

One’s Trash is Another’s Treasure

Carsyn Hall
March 6, 2020

One’s Trash is Another’s Treasure Carsyn Hall 15.1 million tons of textile clothing waste was produced in 2013 alone, says the Environmental Protection Agency. Fast fashion offers more affordable...

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There are ways to beat depression

Coping with Depression

Carsyn Hall
February 24, 2020

Coping with Depression Part 3 of a 3 Part Series Carsyn Hall “When I start having bad thoughts or feeling down, I immediately do things to keep myself occupied. I try and hang out with my sister...

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Areas of the brain that plays a role in depression

The Science Behind Depression

Carsyn Hall
February 20, 2020

The Science Behind Depression Part 2 of a 3 Part Series Carsyn Hall Lauren Geller, 17, started feeling different when school started in September of 2018. She noticed her mood started to change, but...

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Depression can affect anyone

Understanding Teen Depression

Carsyn Hall
February 13, 2020

Understanding Teen Depression Part 1 of a 3 part series Carsyn Hall Megan Shinnick was an excellent student who never lacked positivity or energy. However, those traits couldn’t outshine the depression...

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