Danielle Schultz Has Never Been Happier at GWU
Danielle Schultz has a new love in her life. The Huntington High School Class of 2013 member is head over heels about George Washington University, where she is a freshman studying biology and hoping to enter the School of Public Health and Health Services as a junior.
“I am absolutely in love with DC and my school,” Ms. Schultz said about Washington, DC and GWU. “Everything about living in the Capital is amazing.”Remembering 9/11 Survivors
As construction on the Freedom Tower nears completion and the 9/11 Memorial pays tribute to the lost, let’s remember the World Trade Center (WTC) first responders, volunteers and construction workers who put their health at risk. Many Ground Zero workers still suffer health consequences caused by exposure to a toxic mix of chemicals.
Phobias Are Real–and Manageable
Superstition about Friday the 13th is related to the fear of the number 13. Both are examples of common phobias–that is, uncontrollable, irrational and persistent fears of a specific object, situation or activity, according to the American Psychiatric Association.
5 Tips for Writing a College Application
For many considering a return to college, the most intimidating part of the process is writing the application essay. Many adults have not written an essay since they left school, and they find the task unnerving. But remember, between email, Facebook and other forms of new communication, you could be writing more often - albeit in shorter form - than you did in high school.
Health Hazards Of Bad Sleep & How Certain Foods Can Bring On The Zzzzz's
The importance of sleep as part of a healthy lifestyle cannot be underestimated. The medical facts are now showing that chronic lack of enough sleep increases the risk of many health problems, including:
Heart disease, diabetes, memory lapse, obesity, stroke, low sex drive, skin aging, substance abuse, impaired judgement, depression and psychiatric illness—even cancer, according to medical studies