Many have most likely heard of depression, but do they really know what it is? Depression is a feeling where sadness and loss of interest takes over. Normal activities that you once enjoyed, no longer will be appealing. Many consider depression to be serious, but do they themself take it seriously? Depression affects around 300 … Continue reading Is depression taken seriously enough?
Every morning students across America wake up at the crack of dawn, half asleep, to get ready for school. During school, the students are sluggish, tired, and in need of more sleep. Experiments have been conducted with schools finding out whether or not the start time of schools really affect students’ mental health and performance … Continue reading Schools Need to Start Later
Elana Quartararo, a generation Zer like me, said in a New York Times editorial much like this one, “Like it or not, social media has given us a way not only to speak out, but to educate ourselves and expand our minds in a way that is unprecedented.” Today is abundant in its impact. Sadly, … Continue reading “Sexy” Should Not Describe Self-Induced Scars