An estimated 33 percent of college students get sufficient sleep while school is in session—meaning the majority of student are sleep deprived. But if students don’t snooze, they could lose more than they would expect. Here is the truth about what happens to the body when one doesn’t get enough sleep, starting from the first night.
E-cigarettes, which some say are the safer alternative to smoking or a first step to kicking the habit are about to experience some serious changes due to the Food and Drug Administration’s proposed regulations.
No city in America is perfect, and each has area-specifc problems that effect the health of their residents. Everything from air pollution and communicable diseases to obesity rates and substance abuse are health issues for cities.
Although Americans are living longer, we aren’t living as long as people in other countries.
An effective treatment for coping with health conditions and mental disorders, art therapy integrates psychotherapy with creativity to improve well-being.
Organic farmers try and keep it real while genetically modified organism contamination hinders both GMO and non-GMO farmers disrupting global trade of food and feed.
Deep Ellum’s very own donation-based urban ashram, Super Yoga Palace, offers a unique yoga experience for locals. Providing an excellent work out that goes beyond transforming the body by bettering the mind and spirit of its students all thanks to the work of Owner and Yoga Teacher Jessica Jordan.
Local MS experts revolutionizing diagnosis and treatment for the chronic autoimmune disease are speaking out about their groundbreaking research to gain support for the National MS Society during MS Awareness Week, March 3 – 9, 2014. Among the researchers making headlines is SMU physiologist Scott Davis.
Body image issues are a real problem effecting many people. This issue isn’t just impacting woman either, as pressures to obtain an ideal appearance press on men are beginning to succumb to the struggle of body image as well.
Shocking results from several studies show an explosion of prescription drug abuse among young adults and teens. Awareness about this growing problem on college campuses brings new attention to an ongoing problem. What college students need to know about the risks and dangers of prescription drugs such as opiates and sedatives commonly abused by young people.