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Honey: Don’t Bee Sick!

By: Grace Ding Many people use honey as a home remedy for colds. It is also a traditional medicine for coughs, but does it really work? Scientists in Britain decided to test this therapy once and for all to find out whether …

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Wisdom Teeth

By: Michelle Hua Wisdom teeth are your third set of molars and are the last of your teeth to grow in. In the past, wisdom teeth were essential for humans. The tough foods we ate required this third set of teeth, and …

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Garlic and H. Pylori

By: Emily Zhang Among all the bacteria, Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) bacteria is the main one that infects the human stomach. They are the main reason for peptic ulcers, which cause sores in the stomach. The most common symptom of peptic ulcers …

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Sweating

By: Michelle Hua Sweating is a key function in our body’s system. Because of our ability to sweat, humans have much higher endurance than almost all other animals in the world, despite their lower physical limits. However, most people can agree that …

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Subconjunctival Hemorrhage

By: Emily Zhang After a night’s sleep, imagine that someone wakes up with a red spot in a corner of their eye. They don’t think much about it. After another night, the spot spreads to the upper part of the eye. The …

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Nail Fungus

By: Eric Hua Nail fungus is a very common disease. In the US there are more than 3 million cases a year. The main symptoms are nails having color and shape changes. Other common symptoms are thickening, brittling, crumbling, or ragged nails. …

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How Is Online Learning Affecting Mental Health?

By: Michelle Hua Since the lock-down has begun, many students have switched to online learning in place of physical school. On top of the change in setting, many schools have also changed their schedules as well. In my experience, my school changed …

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About Running

By: Emily Zhang Running is a good form of exercise to promote weight loss and a healthy lifestyle.  As a beginner, cater to your own pace and goals by setting a specific number of times you run in a week. 3 to …

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Glaucoma

By: Emily Zhang Glaucoma is an eye disease caused by optic nerve damage and visual field defects. When an optic nerve or visual pathway gets damaged, it will affect the patient’s vision. If left untreated, it can lead to blindness. However, according …

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The Iodine Deficiency Disorder

By: Emily Zhang The Iodine Deficiency Disorders, aka IDD, is a disease caused by a lack of iodine intake. IDD can affect people of all ages, from infants to adults. Iodine is an essential component of the hormones produced by the thyroid …

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