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Safe drinking tips for college students: Preserve your physical and mental health while under the influence

For many undergraduate college students (as well as those who’ve since graduated), drinking alcohol seems synonymous with the university experience. It can be a way to celebrate getting through final exams or winning a home football game. Most notoriously, a drink in hand can also loosen our social inhibitions, to…

5 Studying Habits Successful People Have

Not all studying habits are created equal. Whether you’re an undergrad, working for your master’s or receiving new training for your career, studying is essential for success in any industry. If you’re like me, however, you may not have or know about the best studying habits, and that can be…

College Eating Disorder Stats

Interesting College Eating Disorder Statistics Eating disorders are illnesses in which victims suffer severe disturbances in their eating behaviors and related thoughts and emotions. They affect several million people at any given time, usually women of ages 12-35. There are two main types of eating disorders, anorexia nervosa and bulimia…

College Stress and Anxiety Stats

Maladaptive anxiety affects approximately 19 million U.S. adults—or up to 25% of the general population—and is distinct in that it progresses to consume one with overwhelming fear, panic and dread. In many instances, symptoms are intense to the point they cripple one’s personal relationships, career, and quality of life. Anxiety…

College Depression Statistics

Interesting College Depression Statistics More than just “the blues,” clinical depression is distinct in that symptoms are of a severity that disrupts one’s daily routine. Often ubiquitous, these symptoms include decreased energy, fluctuating body weight, depleted concentration, irritability, bouts of crying, and thoughts of suicide. Depression is on the rise—those…

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