March 30, 2018
Normalizing Mental Health
In our society, there is a stigma around mental illness and poor mental health. This stigma being that people with a mental illness are somehow not the same as people without a mental illness, and are at a disadvantage. However, this is not always the case.
Stigma involves stereotypes, prejudice, and discriminations towards people who are not like the “norm”, and then separating them as someone who is different. Mental illness can include:
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November 8, 2017
Learn About The Specific Populations Tobacco Companies Intentionally Market To
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, tobacco companies specifically market to the following audiences:
Youth and Young Adults
There is clear evidence that indicates tobacco company advertising influences young people to start using tobacco. Tobacco advertisements make smoking seem appealing, which can increase adolescents’ desire to smoke.
Tobacco marketing toward women is dominated by... Read More
April 15, 2013
The end of the semester is approaching quickly and with that comes a mixture of excitement and dread. While everybody seems ready for the change of pace that summer brings, students don’t seem quite as excited about the end of the year projects, papers and exams looming in the distance. While these things are unavoidable, there are ways to prepare for finals while limiting stress levels.
I know it can be difficult to start studying or preparing a project ahead of time. For a long... Read More