Senior Alyssa Riley, a Sports Medicine major from Santa Clara, Calif., reflects on her experience on campus and abroad in Florence, Italy. Riley said she hopes to be a registered nurse in the future.
Many social activists advocate for abolishing “tampon tax” because they regard it as discriminatory and sexist. Nonetheless, abolishing “tampon tax” might not be the best way to promote women’s wellbeing.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, but promoting a kinder, more welcoming society should be a priority every month. Physical health problems typically warrant visits to the doctor, days off from work and customized treatment plans: Mental health concerns should be treated with the same respect and delicacy.
The GOP can chalk up another loss in their policy book this week. On Tuesday, Sept. 26, it was announced that the Senate will not vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill, which was yet another hopeful replacement for The Affordable Care Act (ACA). Republicans cannot seem to work with themselves effectively. If they want to see […]
If we prolong the life span of individuals, do we put them at risk of deadlier cancers or diseases?