On Nov. 11, friends and family members mourned the tragic and unexpected loss of 19 year-old Kevin La, who died in a hiking accident at Hermit Falls, a hiking trail in Arcadia, California.
According to KTLA News, cliff jumping is a popular pastime at Hermit Falls that many hikers partake in. La was
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It is no secret that the food industry suspiciously hides facts from the public; key ingredients coupled with their treacherous tactics are only a few things that they hide.
Countless food products have an overabundance of salt because studies by scientists from Australia and the Duke University Medical Center have shown that salt increases
Numerous people eat certain foods believing that they are healthy because they are fat-free, multi-grain or made of wheat, but this might be misleading. Customers ignore the real labels, causing them not to receive the full nutritional benefits.
Many people also eat trail mix as a snack during school or work, believing that it
Nearly 66 percent of American adults are obese and 8.3 percent have diabetes. Despite the attention of health professionals, the media, the public and mass educational campaigns, obesity is still common in the U.S., doubling over the past four decades.
According to the International Diabetes Foundation, of all the people diagnosed with Type II
The popular phrase “Don’t judge a book by its cover” applies to food as well. Many types of food that are considered “healthy” are in fact not; this plays a huge role in the increasing number of health problems that people experience today. In the food industry, many companies use different tactics to
Typhoon Haiyan—the most powerful storm that has hit the Philippines in recent history—has wreaked havoc on the country, and various relief organizations are relying on Americans to help fund their efforts. Many Americans are willing to donate to the cause, but some unknowingly donate to the wrong groups of people who take advantage
On Oct. 16, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” aired their recurring “Kids’ Table” sketch, centering on the United States’ $1.3 trillion debt to China.
At one point in the unscripted segment, an energetic child eagerly remarked that the issue could be resolved by “kill[ing] everyone in China.” At that moment, thousands of viewers were outraged at
As winter makes its way into the year, the girls water polo tried their way into preseason. With the Moors ending in a positive note, the moors are determined to practice so they can be prepared for the upcoming season.
With last year’s team comprised of mostly seniors, Head Coach
Looking at professional athletes today, it’s interesting to see each athlete’s unique story about their transition from high school to a professional athlete. However, they all share the same road by which they got there.
Typically, an athlete starts that process during their high school years. High school athletics is probably the