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Feel the heat

January 16, 2019

By RACHEL PLACEWAY The Mirror reporter After a long day of physical work people just want to relax. Hot tubs and saunas are great ways to ease muscle tension and reduce the stress from that long work day. Jenny Bishop is...

Q&A: Counseling and its importance

January 9, 2019

By JUSTICE CHUKWUEMEKA The Mirror staff What is counseling and why should we visit counselors? Counseling has been around since the 19th century. Historically, counseling in personal problems was done by close relati...

Are today’s teens experiencing more anxiety and stress than ever before?

January 9, 2019

By SOREN LUTHER The Mirror reporter According to neaToday, in 2016 the National College Health Assessment found that “nearly two-thirds of college students reported ‘overwhelming anxiety,’ up from 50 percent just five ye...

Assisted living & caregiving

January 8, 2019

By MARYANN SILVA The Mirror reporter Maryann Lenea is a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Caregiver. She has been a caregiver for 14 years but has been a CNA for only 10. Lenea loves her job and wouldn’t change it. Len...

Inside the nursing field

January 8, 2019

By MADISON RINDAHL The Mirror reporter Joanna Bradford fell in love with nursing because she knew every day that she was helping someone who was in need. Bradford went back into college when she was 35 years old to pursue n...

Swimming: A lifetime sport

October 25, 2018

By AIDEN PRICE The Mirror reporter People all love our sports whether it be football, baseball or golf they all love to play and watch. The only problem is that most sports can’t be played all the time when one gets older so...

Healthy food recipes

October 25, 2018

By HLEE YANG The Mirror reporter People want everything fast in the 21 century, including our foods. It first started with White Castle in the 1920s, but fast food chains have now become the biggest restaurants in Americ...

Tech Addiction

October 25, 2018

By SOREN LUTHER The Mirror reporter Today’s society has become increasingly more reliant on technology with around 2.53 billion people owning smartphones in 2018, according to statistica.com. Although there are benefits of technology, there are also many negative effects that come from an overuse and abuse of computers...

Sleep Shortage

October 24, 2018

By BRYANT VANROSSEM The Mirror reporter Students all around the world are going to school and hopefully giving their best to gets those grades. But sometimes students have a hard time doing their work and paying attention i...

Anxiety Management

October 24, 2018

By WILLOW KLUCK The Mirror reporter What is anxiety? According to MedicalNewsToday, the American Psychological Association (APA) defines anxiety as “an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts and physical changes like increa...

Too many becoming a “nicoteen”

October 24, 2018

By LAUREN HUEBNER The Mirror reporter According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) commissioner, Scott Gottlieb, the use of e-cigarettes among teens has become an epidemic. E-cigarettes were created to help cigarette smok...

Small but dangerous

October 24, 2018

By MADISON RINDAHL The Mirror reporter Ticks go unnoticed, unseen because of their size. They can make people’s life very hard and leave no trace of being on someone. Lyme disease is a very serious illness transmitte...

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