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Tea Time!

By Jiemin Sun Tea is a traditional drink for many Asian countries, but now in America, it has become a popular beverage for many. It can even be said to rival coffee in taste and also as a relaxing drink that helps …

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Sugar: Wolf is Sheepskin?

By Xin Chang   The world is filled with harmful articles about fast food and the many ingredients in fast food. Sugar is among the top of this list, and the use of it has received a lot of criticism. And yet, …

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Let Us Meditate

By Jiemin Sun For many Western scientists, meditation is nothing more than a way to relax, or lower one’s blood pressure. While this is true, meditation can do much more for you. Meditation can improve your health physically and emotionally. Many people …

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Deep Breath and Stretch

Yoga has always been popular with those who wish to stay fit and flexible without lengthy, hard workouts. Originating in India, this style of stretching is an ancient and traditional way of fitness. The practice of yoga, as seen by philosophers of …

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Avocado Aficionado

By Xin Chang Avocado is a unique type of fruit because it has many nutrients essential for a healthy diet, such as antioxidants. Unlike most fruits, avocado does not consist primarily of carbohydrates, but rather healthy fats as well as other potent …

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Cauliflowers: Broccoli but nicer

By Bill Cauliflowers are regarded as one of the better tasting and looking vegetables by many children, but this soft yellow counterpart to broccoli falls behind its hated brother in almost every way nutritionally. So what does the cauliflower have to offer …

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Walnuts and Your Brain

Doesn’t the walnut look like a miniature brain? In China, walnuts are quickly becoming a popular snack, and in traditional chinese medicine, these are rumored to help one’s brain. Although walnuts and brains certainly look similar, what really makes the walnut such …

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Hours of Sleep

By Jiemin Sun Are you sleeping right? One of the biggest and most common difficulties students face is getting ample sleep. Adolescents need plenty of sleep (8.5 to 9.5 hours a night) to feel fully rested, but the American National Sleep Foundation …

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Go to Bed

By Michael Yang For many people in high school, sleep is not a priority; however, sleep is extremely important, especially for people in high school. Sleep plays a very important role in one’s growth, as well as his or her physical and …

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Zero Waste Living

By Kaitlyn Wang Bea Johnson, founder of the Zero Waste lifestyle movement, owns 100 glass jars that she uses instead of plastic containers or bags. They hold anything from flour to dried fruit, from cosmetics to a year’s worth of waste. At …

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