November 14, 2017
Find Out Why E-Cigarettes Are Just As Harmful As Real Cigarettes
Walking down the streets here at UNH, you are bound to pass by someone who is smoking either a vape or an e-cigarette. This has become the new normal in recent months, with the most common e-cigarette being a Juul. Many people have the belief that smoking an E-cigarette poses no dangers to their health because there is no tobacco. However, this is far from the truth.
For the most part, E-cigarettes are much less deadly than... Read More
April 2, 2014
March 7th through the 13th was National Sleep Awareness Week. As busy college students, we tend to neglect sleep. After all, we have so much to get done in a day that sleep is usually put on the back burner. People who sleep poorly are significantly more likely to develop mental illness, such as depression and anxiety, and are more susceptible to have changes in mood and stress levels. For our mental, physical, social, and emotional wellbeing, it is important that we are all getting the... Read More
March 17, 2014
Most people are aware of the physical health risks associated with smoking tobacco, but research shows that smoking can also have significant effects on an individual’s mental health. Many people turn to tobacco for temporary stress relief, but recent findings prove that smoking has adverse long-term mental health effects. Nicotine only produces temporary feelings of pleasure. Once the feelings diminish, withdrawal symptoms rapidly set in. Anxiety, irritability, impatience and anger may develop... Read More