Browsing All posts tagged under »Health/Medicine«

Opinion: Violence Effects Kids

May 19, 2017 by


Violence has been around forever. It doesn’t look like the crime rate is coming to an end either, which would be a tough thing to do. As much as most people would like to not see violence be around anymore, there will always be some people that have a different view and try and cause […]

Technology Affects Teens’ Sleep

May 11, 2017 by


While it is important to sleep every night, many people, especially children and teens, don’t get enough sleep. Part of the reason for this is the extensive use of technology–smartphones, tablets, Nintendo Switches® , etc., right before bed, which can affect sleep habits. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, widespread sleep loss […]

April Fools’: Senioritis Now Recognized by CDC

April 1, 2017 by


Confirming longheld beliefs, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have finally and officially recognized Senioritis as a high risk mental disorder. “After years of clinical studies on at-risk demographics and research on potential biological causes and effects, we have confirmed that Senioritis is a legitimate health concern that we should monitor moving forward,” acting […]

Hair: What Else Is There?

March 23, 2017 by


Hair is what makes everyone different. It defines you. Do you take care of it? There are many ways to make sure that your hair is happy and healthy. Many people believe that hair should be washed once a day, but it is recommended that hair is washed two to three times a week. The […]

Effects of TV On The Brain

March 13, 2017 by


Studies show that the amount of TV time per day can affect the way you live. According to, people who watch a lot of television and don’t exercise much at all may begin to see the effects of their unhealthy living habits on their brains as early as their midlife. “Being physically active at […]

Fleetwood Hosts First Overnight Mini-THON

February 22, 2017 by


On 10 February, Student council hosted its first overnight miniTHON. This comes after nearly eight months of the /planning the event. Senior Emma Davies coordinated meetings once a week from the beginning of the school year in order to plan a successful fundraiser. “Everyone worked very hard to make sure we could reach our goal […]

What’s in McDonalds’ Food?

November 18, 2016 by


Ever wonder what you are actually eating while you are eating it? Many people don’t think about it at all, and some try not to think about it. Ar McDonald’s, people often don’t know what they are putting in their bodies. Commercials claim it is all white meat in their chicken nuggets, real angus beef […]