Articles written by: Kiyan Rajabi

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Health and Wellness Columnist Toasts Graduating Gauchos

As We Take Our Last Breath As Undergrads My Fellow Graduates, When you took your first breath on Earth, you underwent a beautiful, irreversible transformation. Before, your lungs were fully immersed in fluid, but your body was now introduced to an alternate input: oxygen. You desperately respired, admitting this new […]

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The Low Fat Myth: Why A Fat-Deficient Diet Could Prevent a Slim Waistline

At some point, most people have set a New Year’s Resolution to improve some aspect of their health, wellness or fitness. We all know it’s January when every gym in America is offering a New Year’s Special. Navigate through any aisle at the supermarkets, and you’ll see altered packaging of […]

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Why A Good Night’s Sleep is Crucial to Your Health

“Sleep is for the weak” and “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” used to be my life mottos until I realized the complete opposite was true. Recent findings confirm the recommendations that have been passed down from our parents and doctors. Sleep is crucial for an optimal mood, immune system and […]

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Why The Foods You Love Could Be Causing Serious Health Problems

Bread, beer, cake, cereal, cookies, donuts, pancakes, pizza and spaghetti. Are you hungry yet? What do all these things have in common? The answer is not only that they’re all pretty yummy human creations, but also that they are all produced with wheat. Though for years it has been viewed […]

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Beneficial Bacterias: The Friends Your Belly is Aching For

When I hear the word bacteria, I still get chills imagining the endless wait on a freezing chair at the doctor’s office with those fluorescent lights glaring at me. Though bacteria has received a bad rap because of its propensity to result in food poisoning or strep throat, many are […]