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Feeling Down? Top 5 Ways to Take Care of Your Mental Health and Create Change

Mental health is incredibly important in our day-to-day lives and must be brought up during this time of great pain and suffering. Below are top 5 tips on how to maintain healthy mental wellbeing and ways we can all reach out and help our communities.

Is COVID-19 Going to Resurge in the Winter?

370,000 deaths. 6,000,000 confirmed. 188 countries affected. The novel COVID-19 is leaving astonishing traces of deaths and illnesses as it rapidly encroaches upon our everyday lives. Schools are closed. Unemployment is surging. People experience dreadful losses of their family and friends. Luckily, however, the exponential curve of COVID-19 […]

The Heavy Weight of Student Loans

If the sky is the limit, then student loans are the hurricanes of our generation: a destructive force preventing the nation’s youth from reaching their true potential. Let’s learn more about student college loans, its solutions, and resources.

How Effective Is Hydroxychloroquine Against COVID-19?

In March 2020, U.S. President Donald Trump touted hydroxychloroquine as an effective treatment for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Mr. Trump highlighted the drug cocktail of hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as “one of the biggest game changers in the history of medicine.”1 But how effective is hydroxychloroquine in combating COVID-19 in actuality?

In this article, we learn about hydroxychloroquine a potential drug treatment for COVID-19 and evaluate its scientific efficacy.

History of Pocahontas: The True Story

What was the true story and history of Pocahontas? Many people have seen the famous Disney movie about Pocahontas a Native American princess and Captain John Smith, but to what extent was it true? In this lesson, we straighten out the facts from the myths to share you the true story and history behind Pocahontas.

Manifest Destiny: US History

Manifest Destiny in US History: During the 19th century, the term Manifest Destiny was coined – a belief that America was readily destined to expand its territory across the continent. In this lesson, we explain important events and people that influenced Manifest Destiny, including Mountain Men, Lewis and Clark, Mormons, and the Gold Rush.