Tag Archives: health

Beat Blog: The World of Women’s Health and Lifestyle Writers

I have always been interested in women’s health and lifestyle stories because they are stories that are applicable to my own life. When I scan a magazine rack, my eyes are drawn to magazines that give tips and advice on … Continue reading

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Whiteaker Neighborhood Community Resources

Citizens of the funky and quirky Whiteaker neighborhood of Eugene can find a variety of services and business for their every need. From finding a sense of community, maintaining health, and getting an education, we’ve got your Whiteaker hot spots … Continue reading

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Healthy Valentine Day Menu

Valentine’s day is here and temptation is around every corner! Amongst all the festivities is an array of chocolate desserts and to wash these sweets down is a nice bottle of Champagne. With those heart shape candies reading Be Mine, … Continue reading

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College Life and Dating Around the World

Brittany comments frequently on her survival of college life. Which involves homework, dating life, other peoples dating life, bands/groups she is currently listening to, what a Friday night is going to look like, and much much more! Victoria is a … Continue reading

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Healthy Tips

One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to get healthy and fit.  Being a month into the New Year, many individuals might have put their resolutions in the back of their minds. However, motivation and encouragement is only … Continue reading

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Brooke’s Media Analysis: All About The Pill

By: Brooke Brown On the 50th Anniversary of “The Pill,” Time Magazine’s Nancy Gibbs gives a deep look into the scientific and cultural impact of such an influential drug. By weaving together the complex social attitudes of the different decades regarding … Continue reading

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They Lied!

“Counting of Calories Isn’t Always Accurate” by Nicholas Bakalar, an article with a self-explanatory headline, discussed how frozen meals or food served at chain restaurants contain inaccurate calorie content. Inaccurate in this case means that sometimes the actual calories can … Continue reading

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Calorie counts often inaccurate?

Dr. Oz, mostly known from the Oprah Winfrey show, tweeted today in response to an online article that says many food chains and restaurants’ display caloric content that is not accurate. “Restaurant food often has far more calories than listed. … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood: A Community Dedicated to Sustainability and Cooperation

On my first tour of Amazon Neighborhoods, I developed a hunch that its residents deeply cared about the sustainability of their community. After researching some of the issues that the community faces, as well as talking to a member of … Continue reading

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The Neighborhood Assignment Begins Soon!

Speaking of hyper-local … well, we weren’t, but we will! Often. Here’s the City of Eugene’s Neighborhoods Map. The city has many neighborhoods, most with associations and specific concerns. We’ll cover five neighborhoods with news teams of three people per … Continue reading

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