Mar
18.

Acquiring how to live with a depressed individual could be hard. Nevertheless, it is crucial to empathize that there are lots of methods you are able to acquire to live, control and match it. In that clause, you will ascertain some valuable data on how to live with clinical depression.

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Fluconazole is an antimycotic agent that is considered to be consumed systemically (taken orally or intravenously). It’s fungistatic, that entails that it ceases fungi (such as Monilia albicans) from reproducing, but doesn’t really kill them. That describes for the information that occasionally it takes many days to have a consequence.

Fluconazole is considered to be broadly well tolerated, but there’s no such matter as diflucan side effects are not found. Worry about liver trauma is considered to be amplified, because that complication appears rather uncommon, and commonly happens in individuals who are consuming other drugs as well, and who have consumed fluconazole for calendar months or longer, and who have resistant inadequacies. Simply it’s a possibility which requires to be kept in mind.

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The Knock Down Diabetes campaign has been taking over Brockton this month in order to raise awareness and knowledge about the disease. The campaign was put on by Harbor One Credit Union and Signature Healthcare, along with over 50 community co-sponsors. The campaign started June 9 and featured free interactive events in many locations that offered health screenings, free fitness classes at the YMCA, cooking demonstrations, clinical information sessions, and even discounted bowling opportunities.
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The abandoned plot on Soldiers Field Road in Allston is deserted save for a few rusty construction vehicles, some old car parts, and a sand lot. To a passerby there is little of interest to see here but to the Joseph M. Smith Community Center’s employees and patients alike, the vacated land is where their next venture begins.
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Apr
06.

Mindfulness: the state of awareness that comes from being fully immersed in the present moment.

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Mar
28.
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Last Friday, I attended a neon yoga dance party at Copley Square in Boston. Lululemon Athletica put on the event, which hosted hundreds of people with their colorful clothing and yoga mats rocking out to hip-hop and dubstep mixes.

Practicing yoga is something I have done on and off for five years now. I have phases where I go frequently and make progress, and then I find some other workout and leave it for a while. But I always come back because I think it is one of the best kinds of workout: one that focuses on the whole body and mind. Yoga is a rather quiet and relaxed activity, which emphasizes focus and concentration. So when I heard about a free yoga class that wanted to incorporate hundreds of people and loud music in a square in the city, and they were giving out free glow sticks…well, I was completely sold.
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The scene is all too familiar to most. A college student sits, staring at an empty document on their computer with a desk full of coffee and Red Bull. Their assignment is due tomorrow and distractions cannot help put it off any longer. It has to get done.

Procrastination is a common practice for many people attending college today. Studies have shown that about 70 percent of students do it and 50 percent admit that it is a real problem. Putting things off until the last minute can cause stress and exhaustion, so why do we procrastinate?

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Many college drinkers know the scene well. You wake up in the morning after one too many drinks the night before, cursing yourself for those irresistible good times that led to your horrific hangover several hours after. But often, the blistering headache doesn’t compare to the confusion from the hazy or even non-existent memories you have of the night before. You attempt to scan your memory for a concrete timeline of events, but to your dismay, clarity is far off and will probably never be reached. This is because you experienced a form of alcohol-induced amnesia, or a blackout.

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Nov
22.

Perhaps one of the most ambiguous forms of expression in our society today is love. We tend to intertwine it into many aspects of our life, from the media we indulge in to the people we interact with. Movies have often made love out to be the magical conclusion to anyone’s life. The years we spend in college tend to be a time for experimentation, to see what we like and what we don’t like in people. However, what many don’t know is that lust is just what our subconscious isn’t telling us and love comes down to a simple hormonal equation.

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In the midst of exhaustion this week, my thoughts began to wander from my homework to an issue that all college students seem to deal with on a daily basis: lack of sleep. Some have called college students the most sleep-deprived group, with 75% of us not getting enough sleep. This percentage seems high, but I notice the sleep deprivation all throughout my college campus. I see my fellow peers drooling on desks, falling asleep sitting up, complaining about their lack of sleep, and (probably the most impressive) dozing off with their eyes wide open. The funny thing about this is a large portion of the time you see these acts of sleepiness on display, the student has a cup of coffee sitting not too far away from them. Due to this problem that we all can relate to at some point or another, this post is dedicated to the activity we all know and love, but rarely indulge in: sleeping.
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