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Book Review: In Defense of Food by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living I recently read a book for one of my classes called In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan, and it was one of the most eye-opening books I have ever … Continue reading → Read on »
The Truth About Weekend Weight Gain by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s finally Friday. After a long week of classes, all any college student wants to do is lie in bed, watch Netflix, eat pizza and drink sugary beverages. It becomes … Conti ... Read on »
Baby, It’s Cold Outside, But You’re Losing Weight Too by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Despite the extremely cold temperatures and tons (literally) of snow, there is some good that has come from this weather. I know it’s hard to believe, but stick with me … Co ... Read on »
Apps for Students by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living ​Most of us are all well aware of how glued we are to our phones and computer screens. We would be lost without them to provide a constant source of … Continue reading → Read on »
How to Know When it’s Really Love by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living We all know that guys aren’t the best with sharing their emotions, and sometimes they leave us women hanging with the question dangling over our heads —  “does he love me?” ... Read on »
Eat Better Brain Foods by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Classes are in full swing again, and that means it’s time to get back on the study grind. I don’t know about you, but my mind has been a little … Continue reading → Read on »
4 Guilt-Free Holiday Cookies Under 70 Calories by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living What a better way to end the Fall 2013 semester than to bake cookies? The holiday season is among us, therefore we must pay tribute to a favorite holiday tradition, … Contin ... Read on »
Anything But Fish ‘N’ Chips: Churchill Arms by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It’s actually impressive that I’ve managed to go this long without raving about my favorite discovery in London: Churchill Arms. “Wait!” You exclaim, “That’s not a food!” Ah ... Read on »
Microwave Meltdown: Is Your Food Losing Nutrients? by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living The microwave is no stranger to convenient cooking. There is no doubt that microwaves have changed the pace of preparing a meal for people across the globe, and with the … C ... Read on »
Anything But Fish ‘N’ Chips: Breakfast Sandwich Heaven by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Honesty hour: the UK has better food than people admit. Yes, there are some places where the culinary delights are a little unique, but hey, even America has tried to … Cont ... Read on »
10 Ways to Soothe a Sore Throat by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living It is that time of the year again where tea bags and tissues become the central occupants in our backpacks and purses. The end of the semester is creeping up … Continue read ... Read on »
Campus Study Spots by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living We’ve almost made it to the end of the semester, but we don’t get to enjoy winter break without first surviving finals week. Studying for exams in general is stressful, … Co ... Read on »
Different Oils for Different Cooking Methods by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Sometimes it can be very confusing to know which oil to cook with. Most people base it off of the flavor of the oil, but mainly stick to olive or … Continue reading → Read on »
Why You Should Pass Up the Soda Fountain by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Many of us fall into the slump of drinking soda and juice in college. Numerous varieties of each are offered to us daily in our dining halls alone so how … Continue reading ... Read on »
Why Losing Weight Could Mean Losing Love by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Losing weight can be a wonderful thing, instilling self-confidence and a better self-image. Yet studies have shown it can be harming if you are in a relationship. Though see ... Read on »
Not So Amore: Why Pasta May Be Depressing You by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living A new study has found that your consumption of pasta may just lead to a greater chance of depression. Uh oh. Though a great big bowl of pasta may be … Continue reading → Read on »
Your Brain on Exercise by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living You’re having one of those weeks. You know the kind: two essays due on the same day, a midterm the next, three quizzes, and a group project. These “hell weeks” … Continue re ... Read on »
Why Music Blurs the Strength of Alcohol by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living A recent study shows that women are more likely to drink alcohol faster when listening to music. Can you believe that? Apparently, music distracts women from the strength of ... Read on »
LGBT HIstory Month: LGBT Reads by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living In honor of LGBT history month, we’ve compiled a list of popular young adult reads whose main characters are growing up in the community and learning to be themselves. Colle ... Read on »
SU Sorority Brings Ideas of Sexual Health and Education to Campus by Dina S. Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living This Tuesday, the women of Omega Phi Beta played off the popular MTV show Girl Code, and brought the discussion of hyper-sexuality and sexual health to the SU campus with … ... Read on »