Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night or early in the morning from a vivid dream? Did you wonder if the dream meant anything?
DCCC hosted Philip J. Roundtree’s “#Yougoodman?: A Conversation on Wellness” workshop on Feb. 11 at the Marple campus to explore various aspects of men’s mental health.
African American hairstyles shouldn’t be policed because hair is a form of expression and there’s no law prohibiting certain hairstyles. People should also learn how to embrace hair of all different textures and styles, not just the hairstyles that meet society’s definition of conventional beauty: straight, silky hair.
From a young age Americans are taught about the origin of Thanksgiving, how the Puritans and the Native Americans came together for a feast and gave thanks for the food they were about to receive.
‘Tis almost the holiday season, which often entails scrambling at big box stores for holiday cards or rushing to order custom ones online – but what could be more custom than cards made by hand?
Serotonin is a hormone associated with mood regulation and well-being, but its functions go far beyond that. Countless research over the last few decades has linked serotonin to regulating stress, as well as sleep, digestion and body temperature. The hormone has also been critical to furthering the understanding of various neurological, behavioral and emotional conditions, such as depression and migraines.
“BARK! BARK! BARK!” Neurons fire to one another in response to a feline, fire hydrant, mailman, or dog treat. “BAAAAAAARK,” neurons fire again as the owner walks out the door and leaves the canine behind for an eight-hour shift.