By Austin Sanchez | email@example.com Over 200,000 Americans suffer from aphasia, a condition which makes communicating following a stroke extremely difficult. Aphasia awareness activist, Tom Broussard, explains the condition with the help of a currently affected family.
On average, about 40 million adults suffer from anxiety disorder. On college campuses, anxiety is particularly prevalent.
It was a simple goal. All I had to do was eat nothing but Taco Bell for an entire week. The final objective would be to race the 1500 at the University of Tampa at the end of the week and see how my time and place compared to the past week’s race and regular diet.
Adam Morley is happy to talk about bioaccumulation – excited, even. If the build-up of toxic chemicals in organisms from plastic waste wasn’t an issue, he’d probably be even happier.
It’s hard to see the value in food when you walk past aisles and aisles of it. The overwhelming volume of boxed, canned and processed items strip food of its value. There is more than one reason that local farmer’s markets, community gardens, heirloom fruits and vegetables and seasonal foods have gained in popularity. Meeting your food in this way creates a connection. It adds value that is lost in the industrial, consumerist agricultural system.
Are chemicals a part of your daily diet?
By Katy Stang | firstname.lastname@example.org
I remember the day my mother came home furious, with my sister in tow. I had never seen her that mad, and after sending both my sister and me to our room, I found out why. My sister had been caught shoplifting. The manager at the supermarket had told my mom that if she had not been with my sister, she would have been arrested.
However, what piqued my interest was what she was caught trying to steal: ex-lax.
By Allison Dickey | email@example.com
Raw fruits and vegetables like kale, beets and spinach are not the typical foods associated with a college diet like a large cheese pizza and a double shot of espresso but juicing has recently become extremely popular around the nation â€“ and in St. Augustine too.
Aside from the occasional asthma, Flagler student Corey Christian, 22, is in perfectly good health. So it came as a surprise when he found it harder and harder to breathe, even in his own home.
“When I was just laying in my bed and I’d have the window open and like a fan on me, just trying to get some air and I was out of breath” he said “I couldn’t stop coughing, I would actually vomit from how much I was coughing.”
By Cal Colgan| firstname.lastname@example.org
Davis Shores is a neighborhood in St. Augustine’s city limits littered with the towering-two story complexes and mowed lawns of middle class suburbia. But on Feb.17, police found that some residents of this community right across the Bridge of Lions had materials to make what some say is the worst drug in the world.