Author Archives: Vitaliya Moskal

Is there more to a headache than we know?

The complex nature of the human body makes it highly sensitive towards internal and external triggers. Whether it be a paper cut, broken limb, or a headache, the human organism is able to combat many ailments. Regrettably, the body can only safeguard so much of its parameters, those of which do not include the area… Continue Reading

Backpacks or Bricks?

Backpacks or Bricks?

The advancements of our modern society can be seen: technologically, industrially, educationally, and economically. Education in particular has rapidly evolved with the increasing use of technology in schools. Children are taught basic technological skills from an early age, however; the use of printed textbooks and written homework is still just as important. By examining adolescent… Continue Reading

What are you drinking?

What are you drinking?

Living in California we are privileged to reside in a state where environmental factors and human health are considered of the utmost priority. We recycle, reuse, and reduce so as to eliminate waste in our surroundings. Disposable water bottles are considered hip and cool, if you’re not using one then you are labeled “wasteful.” The… Continue Reading

G.M.O or No?

G.M.O or No?

G.M.O. These three letters are the epitome of fear for every health guru and grocer in the United States. Genetic Modification (G.M.O) of food products has transformed the food industry into one that has people running franticly in search of a “safe haven” of what is an obscure field of “real” food.   When we… Continue Reading