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Vaccinations not given a shot

Vaccinations not given a shot

Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2014

It began with cold-like symptoms from headaches and fevers to decreased appetite. Within a couple days, bumps resembling blisters and bug bites appeared on junior Jill Cardamon, beginning at the torso and spreading to the rest of her body. When the anti-itch creams were ineffective, she knew she had chicke...

Girls are more vulnerable to concussions than boys

October 29, 2010

Liz Smith Asst. Sports Editor Although the NFL is taking measures to protect its football players against illegal hits that may lead to concussions, female athletes are not invincible to these same head injuries and may even be more likely to sustain them than males. Girls face more concuss...

Applying sunscreen during cold weather protects skin

February 6, 2009

Susie Lee Reporter Ultraviolet (UV) rays have grown stronger over the past few decades, and applying sun protection products regularly is necessary to prevent skin damage, even in winter. “Sunscreen is a necessary evil,” said AP Environmental Science teacher Marisa Kendall. “When I was a ...

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