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As July closes, another school year’s promise looms ever nearer and, with that promise arrives an equally exciting and nerve-wracking period for many high school juniors and seniors: the college application process.

Mental illness has long been a clandestine topic; a quietly misunderstood societal issue. Stigma intimately shrouds mental health, cloaking eating disorders, anxiety, and depression (amongst many other disorders), with unease such that, frequently, victims themselves...

For without a sound body, it is also difficult to maintain sound mental health; this is particularly true as we age. Repair, recovery, and rejuvenation may come easily now, but, to ensure activity and mental acuity during our ‘golden years,’ bodily systems must be att...

Recently, TOPPS’ social media has targeted Men’s Health Awareness Month; however, June harbors another national observation: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder awareness.  PTSD, as this illness is shortened, is not unlike many other mental health related disorders: often s...

Exercise checks our metabolism, keeps joint and ligament attachments supple, builds strong muscles, and generally aids body maintenance. However, it also plays a central role in helping develop our main powerhouse; the brain.

According to the Office on Violence Against Women, an organization that has awarded universities more than $131 million to improve prevention and response, 1 in 4 undergraduates will be sexually assaulted before they leave college; amongst those, younger students and L...

Though we cannot control others nor wholly understand 'why people do the things they do,' Fritz Heider, author of The Psychology of Interpersonal Relations, maintains that people subconsciously behave as amateur psychologists.

It’s not uncommon, amidst busy schedule’s hustle and bustle, to think a break of any length equates to relapse or laziness. However, this could not be further from the truth; athletes and non-athletes alike require rest and recovery to maintain balanced bodies and mind...

We are inundated with ads, images, and conversation surrounding ‘beach bodies,’ ‘bikini readiness,’ and ‘form fitness.’ For those already battling low self-esteem, mental health dips, and personal difficulty, this chatter sometimes climbs louder and louder. More and...

"...self-love’s ability to ward off chronic stress is worthy of examination. Without a secure sense of self and self-worth, obstacles and ordinary daily occurrences alike might trigger paralyzing anxiety."

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