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by Emily LaBeaume


It is projected that this nicotine vaccine by Nabi Biopharmaceuticals, if and after it is approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, may become available sometime in 2012.

Panic May Be Best Prevention for H1N1

by Delisa O'Brien


Americans have taken extra precautions to protect themselves from H1N1, including hoarding antiviral drugs, wearing face masks, and lining up to receive the fairly new H1N1 vaccination.

Seeking the Best Teas in the Area

by Amy Mahler


Attention tea drinkers: this is a perfect guide to finding the most delicious teas near the TCNJ campus.

Quick, deal with that stress (before you pull your hair out)!

by Carolyn Steber


What is it that exactly causes stress, and how can one deal with it during college, such a difficult time for concentration?

STD Epidemic Continues to Spread

by Molly Chase and Kaylie Nelson, Health Editors


One in four girls ages 14-19 is living with an STD, according to a study recently issued by the Centers for Disease Control. Why is this epidemic increasing, when STDs are preventable through community resources everywhere, including TCNJ?

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College Makes Commitment to Go Green
by Sharon Tharp, Co-Editor-in-Chief

President Barbara Gitenstein signed a pledge to make the College more environmentally friendly, but students and environmentalists on campus remain skeptical. While they are happy that strides are being made, they wonder if it is enough and look towards the future.

The Darker Side of Tanning
by Renee D'Amore

While a nice tan might have our skin looking great this summer, we should all be more concerned with proper skin protection to keep it healthy for life.

Gardasil: Miracle or Monster?
by Andrea Thyyring

Recently, the HPV vaccine Gardasil has been hailed as a miracle for protecting women against the strains of the virus that can cause cervical cancer. When coupled with other vaccinations, however, the results could be more harmful than helpful.

From 15 to 5 - Healthy Tactics to Maintain Weight
by Stacey Pastorella

Before coming here, we had all been warned of that dreadful college demon: the Freshman Fifteen. Just how does it happen, and how can we avoid it and stay healthy that first year and beyond?

Beauty Goes Green with Organic Products
by Kaylie Nelson, Health Editor

With the recent efforts of consumers to "go green," organic cosmetics offer an alternative better for the planet and your skin.

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