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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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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Chagas: A New Killer in America?

by Sayuli Bhide Labeled “the new AIDS of America” by the journal PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, Chagas disease is a potentially fatal parasitic infection that is estimated to affect about 7-8 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Since its discovery, it has been most commonly endemic…

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Scholarships for Serving the Underserved

by Morgan Cheeks With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, analysts estimate that nearly 30 million Americans will be newly insured by the end of this decade, drastically increasing the need for primary care health workers. The Association of American Medical Colleges predicts a shortage of 90,000 physicians by…

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