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Health and Fitness

  • Summer Time Workout Plan

    By adaptmag on May 21, 2014
        Nicole Walker, Editorial Intern Summer is here and while many students have finished spring classes, others are working summer jobs or taking summer classes. As a Tampa-native and an alumna of the University of South Florida, every time the summer hit, I found myself alone because a lot of my friends lived out of town and would venture […]
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  • Immune Boost: It’s All in the Food

    By adaptmag on September 10, 2012
    By: Allysen Kerr, Editor It’s September and classes are in full swing. Between homework and “extracurricular activities“ it can be easy for students to neglect one important thing: health. Believe it or not, staying healthy does not have to be expensive or gross. There are several fruits and vegetables that contain immune-boosting abilities. These can help to strengthen the defense […]
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  • Epsom Salts Can Do That?

    By adaptmag on April 10, 2011
    Paula Kerr, Contributing Writer Who would ever think that a relaxing bath in Epsom salt could help soothe sore, aching muscles? Or, remove a splinter? Or, exfoliate the skin? Learning about all the neat things one can do with Epsom salt has revolutionized the way I use home remedies! What Are Epsom Salts? Epsom salts are made up of a […]
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  • Adderall: The “Smart” Pill for College Students

    By admin on July 20, 2010
    Students all over college campuses are turning to the drug, Adderall, in hopes to perform better inside and outside the classroom. With all the pressure students are under, it’s easy to see why taking this drug is becoming a trend.
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  • Running for Life: New Beginnings

    By adaptmag on March 11, 2010
    If there’s anything I absolutely hate, it’s running. Ask any of my friends and they will tell you, “Allysen, run? That’s funny.” I think it’s just a part of my DNA to hate it. I remember being 7 and having to run laps for my Karate class. I thought I had a hole in my heart after the first lap. […]
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