What Better Way to Go After a Workout?

Protein powder has been a new method when it comes to making muscle gains. Other individuals tend to want to stick to natural meats and veggies, in order to intake protein after a workout. So which route is better for someone making gains? For years there have been individuals such as athletes, body builders, and
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Early Morning Jump Start

How does breakfast affect students’ performance in the classrooms? Or is this just a myth that has been talked about over the years? Practicing a daily dietary plan where you consume food is actually healthy for adolescents and children. This will help with weight status, with cognitive thinking, and also nutritional status. It shows that
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Music, Therapy for the Mind

Mental health disorders cause issues for college students daily. Mental Health Research journal “College Students: Mental Health Problems and Treatment Considerations,” by Paola Pedrelli, Maren Nyer and a few others said that psychological distress amongst college students can result in unprofessional academic behavior and poor lifestyles. Psychological distress refers to mental health disorders such as
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Money-saving fun comes to the Pennington Center

Students gained access to new ways to save money and stay active on campus. Southeastern alumnus and professional trainer Anthony Cousin, a former marine and graduate with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and health studies, gives his opinion on why college gyms such as the Pennington should be easily accessible to students. “I think it
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Suicide Prevention: Live to See Tomorrow

Depression and other mental illnesses are becoming more common amongst teens and adults, and if not properly treated can lead to suicide. Suicide is the action of intentionally killing yourself in result of mental illness, substance abuse, or depression. Almost 30,000 people are victims of suicide every year, making it the third leading cause of
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CAB Plans to Make the 2018 Strawberry Jubilee the Best Yet

  Nick Elliot, Campus Activities Board Coordinator, hopes to raise the number of students attending the Strawberry Jubilee from around 2,000 to 3,000 students for the 2018 Strawberry Jubilee.  However, boosting attendance at the jubilee is not an easy task. Advertising was the main struggle this year. The board was not allowed to put flyers in
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