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You Don't Snooze, You Lose
Sleep deprivation is all too common on your average campus, but does being sleep deprived really hurt you? Surprisingly, the answer is yes. Suffering from insomnia in college can lead to reduced concentration and impair your studying efforts.
Deep Depression on Campus
For some people, college is four years of fun. For others, it's four years of severe depression. If you're among the latter group, watch our video about depression on campus, and learn how therapy and medications can help you.
Students and Smoking
Are you ready to quit smoking? If you're like 51 percent of college smokers, you only smoke cigarettes on a social basis, and don't consider it necessary to stop. Unfortunately, every puff bring you closer to a cancer diagnosis, or worse.
Insomnia on Campus
Despite the flexibility to snooze at will, many students suffer from insomnia and other sleep disorders. If you're having problems sleeping in college, you're definitely not without treatment options. Here, the 411 on fighting the tired bug
Slighting Sleep on Campus
Whether you're staying awake for studying or something a bit more exciting, you probably drink more than your fair share of caffeine packed energy drinks and coffee. Here, learn about the pros and cons of staying-awake aids.
A pharmacist explains how Xanax works, why doctors prescribe this anxiety reliever, and common side effects of the drug.
A pharmacist explains how Klonopin works, why doctors prescribe this anxiety reliever, and common side effects of the drug.
A pharmacist explains how Ativan works, why doctors prescribe this anxiety reliever, and common side effects of the drug.
A pharmacist explains how Valium works, why doctors prescribe this anxiety reliever, and common side effects of the drug.
A pharmacist explains how Ambien works, why doctors prescribe this hypnotic, and some common side effects of the drug.
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