Best Healthcare Jobs 2015

In today’s job market with an unemployment rate of 5.8%, many young college graduates are having trouble finding suitable work. The outlook seems bleak with sayings like “a Master’s is the new Bachelor’s degree,” permeating the college graduate stereotype. For science students looking for the best career options health care…

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Trojans for Smoking Awareness

by Maggie King According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tobacco smoke is a toxic mix of more than 7,000 chemicals, causing about 90% of lung cancers in the United States. Additionally, about 3,000 people who do not smoke die from lung cancer every year due to secondhand…

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Heart Health: Marathons

by Sucharita Yellapragada 20 miles passed. 6.2 miles remained. The temperature was 85 degrees on a Sunday morning in Los Angeles. Every breath was becoming harder and harder to have. So how did Senior Angie Kim, survive running the LA Marathon on a sunny March 9th morning? “My friend and…

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