Written By Sumria Islam Everywhere around the world people are wearing masks to protect themselves from a deadly virus that has killed many, but by doing that are we saving other species’ lives? Many people are wearing the typical one … Continue reading Non-Reusable Masks Are Bad For Us!
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Before you send out those feast invitations or make those travel arrangements, keep in mind that there continue to be tens of thousands of new COVID-19 cases diagnosed in the United States each day, and we’re … Continue reading Got Plans For Thanksgiving Day Celebration? Not so fast.
Written By Adrianna LoChirco Since May 11, when Kentucky began its phased reopening after two months of a near-total shutdown, face coverings have become highly recommended for all patrons at grocery stores, restaurants and other places that frequently see large … Continue reading Do You Wear A Mask?
Written by Macy Young Post-traumatic stress disorder is when someone has difficulty recovering after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event. It is quite common with about 3 million cases a year in the U.S. There are four groups that PTSD … Continue reading PTSD
Written by TJ Helms Low self-esteem is often ignored in mental health discourse as it is an inherently immaterial concept. However, self-esteem can control a lot about us and is incredibly prevalent in society. As in-school therapist Pamela Cotton put … Continue reading The Unspoken Cost of Low Self-Esteem
Written by Debra Murray Women’s reproductive rights are currently the biggest issue in this legislative session as many new laws have been voted on. Getting an abortion may become a crime in several states. Many states are pushing to restrict … Continue reading What Local High School Students Have to Say About Extreme Abortion Changes
Written by Macy Young Everyone has moments of anxiety like speaking in public, taking a test, or dealing with new experiences. Having anxiety in these situations is common, but it is different when dealing with an anxiety disorder. An anxiety … Continue reading How to Support Someone with an Anxiety Disorder
Written by Adrianna LoChirco In honor of Pleasure Ridge Park hosting its second annual blood drive, this story is going to provide you with the importance of donating blood. This time alone, PRP had over 80 students sign up to … Continue reading Be a Hero: Give Blood
Written By Tj Helms High school is a stressful time by its very nature. The increasing responsibility, increasing complex social relationships, the impending threat of adulthood, and the more difficult classwork all work together to create a very stressful life. … Continue reading Dealing With Stress
Written By Tj Helms People depend on their brain’s ability to accurately interpret the data sent to it. Most can trust that this sensory data provides an accurate picture of reality. This is something many take for granted. However, not … Continue reading The Reality of Psychosis