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Teen Voices of COVID19: How are you staying entertained, active, healthy, and connected during social distancing?

In Teen Voices of COVID19, we interview the Center for Young Women’s Health teenage Peer Leaders for insight into their unique experiences during the coronavirus pandemic. Q: How are you staying entertained, active, healthy, and connected during social distancing? Njoki: My friends and I group…

Simple Ways to Go Green

A lot of the time, people associate “going green” with spending more money than they have to in order to have less harmful effects on the environment. This can be the case. However, there are free or cheap things you can do every single day…

Seasonal Allergies

What causes them? Seasonal Allergies happen when your body’s immune system overreacts, perceives a threat that isn’t there and attacks it. This causes the symptoms that we usually see: runny nose, itchy eyes, sneezing, sore or scratchy throat. It’s all a result of your body…

iClean

Spring cleaning has been a tradition for a long time now. But with today’s modern amenities, we tend to neglect to cleanliness of our technology. Sometimes it seems our phones are used more than some rooms in our houses, which means they require just as…

Season’s Eatings

What is eating seasonally? Eating seasonally means only eating foods that are growing in the current season. Different geographic locations have different foods that are able to grow during the winter, with some places with colder climates not able to grow any food during the…

Multitasking and Making Change

I don’t remember when I learned how to use a computer, a phone, or even when I learned how to talk. Just like all the other things I learned in my younger years, it developed slowly from exposure and trial and error. For me and…

Keeping School Stamina

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Spending time with family, enjoying the winter activities, and spring is just around the corner. This time of year brings about one major issue though–procrastination. Staying motivated in school during the winter can be really hard, so…

Fighting Sickness Season

As we head into the fall, we also head into cold and flu season. Germs are all around us, and getting sick at some point is inevitable. Luckily, with these simple steps you can decrease your risk of illness and stay healthy this fall season…