Category Nutrition and Well-being

Food Fraud

Lillian Udell | College of Nursing 2014 This past February, Oceana, the largest ocean conservationist NGO, released a report revealing that a significant amount of seafood sold in the U.S. is fraudulently labeled. After testing 1200 fish samples, the organization found that nearly one-third of the seafood was marketed as a different type than what […]

New School Year Resolution: Keep Stress Levels Down

Richard Hsu, Fitness & Well-Being Columnist School’s starting back up and we all know what that means: stress. However, in the beautiful concrete jungle, New York City, our rapid daily activities can only inadvertently raise the tension between our shoulders. Cortisol, the “stress hormone” released from the adrenal glands, is seen in the body’s fight […]

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