The Broadview

Coffee affects teen health

Coffee affects teen health

March 13, 2012

Tatiana Gutierrez & Madison Riehle Reporters Freshman Sabine Dahi walks into school each morning with a Starbucks cup in her hand and finishes her daily skinny vanilla latte by the start of class. Dahi says she uses the coffee to wake her up, but doctors and nutritionists do not recommend a da...

Students view open-heart surgery

January 25, 2011

Stephanie Gee Reporter Physiology students  had a rare opportunity on Wednesday to not only observe live open-heart surgery, but to view to procedure side-by-side the surgeons. Students arrived at Kaiser Permanente at 6:50 a.m. Before going into the operating room, they were given a lecture ...

San Francisco farmers markets sustain small, local farms

San Francisco farmers markets sustain small, local farms

December 10, 2010

Zoë Newcomb and Sara Kloepfer The smell of hot bread and freshly cut persimmons wafts through the stalls at the Kaiser Permanente farmers market on a Wednesday morning. Kay Johnston meanders from booth to booth, chatting with the farmers as she loads bright orange carrots and crisp lettuce into...

Flu season is still around

February 12, 2010

Isabelle Pinard Reporter The number of H1N1 cases and flu deaths have not been as widespread as expected, but the common cold and influenza viruses — which can cause a mild or sever illnesses — are still going around, but can be prevented by trying to stay healthy or alternately identifying and trea...

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