IN THIS SMU LOOK STYLE Report, Isabel Ensminger shows us the benefits of CBD oil and how you can use it. Come take a look!
Cry Havoc Theater Company serves a deliciously fun and poignant perspective on our ever-changing relationship with calories.
For the most part, I like the way I look. I think I have a pretty healthy self-image. I work out and I stay pretty skinny, even if I don’t always eat that well. And I try to dress my best, too. But I do have one embarrassing problem that I’ve been dealing with since middle school, and it doesn’t seem to ever go away: I have bad skin.
It’s really not the kind of bad where you have to go to the doctor, though. It’s not like my whole face is covered in acne — it’s just that I always have at least some acne, pretty much all of the time, and I feel like my skin is oily sometimes and dry at other times. It always looks bad. Most of my family members have pretty good skin, so I don’t know why this happened to me — plus, since my parents have good skin, I never really learned how to fix mine. Experts, what should I do?
SMU Health Center speaks about social media addiction and mental health.
Need to destress, but can’t get to the gym? A solution could be right at your fingertips.
Madi McLaughlin, a freshman at Southern Methodist University, started drinking coffee when she was 13 years old. On her way to school, her parents would drive her to their local … Read More
Two SMU Ph.D. students shared their research about women’s baroreflex responses and the long-term issues that may arise from concussions of collegiate athletes on Friday at the Research on Exercise … Read More
SMU’s Feminist Equality Movement is hosting the Hope Drive at the Hughes-Trigg Student Center from Monday, March 26 through Thursday, March 29. The group will be collecting tampons and pads … Read More
For a long time now, I’ve been trying to get healthy and lose weight. I’ve struggled with my weight on and off since middle school, and no matter how many diets and exercise plans I try, I can never get them to stick. I’m guilty of trying fad diets, sure, but I’ve also tried some really straightforward ones that involve calorie-counting and basic stuff like that. But, still, nothing works! Experts, can you help me? How can I get good at eating right and exercising – and not just relapse after a short time?
Have you tried these uses of coconut oil?