College Girl Uses Powerful “Study Drug”

College students constantly use study fuels like coffee and energy drinks to stay productive. But a certain USC student uses a special performance enhancing drug that increases her ability to focus and expands her attention span. Reported, Edited, and Filmed by Cameron Quon Special Thanks: Amy Vandenberg Dr. Dave Baron…

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Contacts Monitor Diabetics’ Glucose

by Janie Chen Google has created contact lenses that double as glucose monitors. If ever sold in the market, these contacts have the potential to revolutionize the diabetes industry. Diabetics will no longer have to prick themselves to monitor their blood glucose level; these contacts will do it for them…

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Breakthroughs in Glaucoma Research

by Jackie Kruglyakova Affecting more than 60.5 million people globally and over 2.7 million people over 40 years of age in the United States alone, glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. Glaucoma is a condition that results in damage to the eye’s optic nerve, the eye’s communication…

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Disaster Relief

by Lu Tian Disasters often occur without a warning, leaving large-scale destruction, death, and mass hysteria at its wake. They destroy homes and livelihoods. For those lucky to survive, struggling to fulfill the basic needs of food and shelter is hard enough. Accommodating immediate disaster relief and long-term reconstruction require…

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Brain Death: Debate on the Definition of Life

by Abram Estafanous In December of 2013, 13-year-old Jahi McMath entered Children’s Hospital & Research Center in Oakland, California for a seemingly routine procedure to have her tonsils removed. Immediately after the surgery, she experienced a heart attack and brain hemorrhaging. Three days later, she was declared brain-dead and issued…

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