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Pennsylvania Campus Sells Plan B from Machine

Ksenia Rabinovich, El Vaquero Staff Writer

March 6, 2013

College students buy candies, snacks and beverages from vending machines, but recently emergency contraception Plan B has been added to the list of options. Emergency contraception is now available in a vending machine at Shippensburg...

Science Lecture Series Examines Prostate Cancer

JANE POJAWA
El Vaquero Editor in Chief

October 21, 2005

Excluding skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among American men. According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 220,900 new cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed in the U.S. every year. Men over ...

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

KASIA FAUGHN
El Vaquero Staff Writer

October 21, 2005

Although the majority of the GCC population is never going to be affected by breast cancer, this month is a reminder that the issue must not be taken lightly. According to the projections published recently by the American Ca...

Nutritionist Professor Overcomes Obstacles, Stays Fit

NANCY AGBENU
El Vaquero Staff Writer

April 1, 2005

She moves with fervor, she runs with zeal and she teaches with eagerness. Actually, her enthusiasm resembles the conviction of a passionate preacher. Her sermon, however, is invisible and untouchable; at least it seems non-material. H...

STRESS — Why You Have It and How You Can Control It

MARTINA VASSILEVA
El Vaquero Staff Writer

October 22, 2004

Stress is experienced by an alarming number of adults and college students; Glendale College students are no exception to the trend. Stress, is defined in the dictionary as a "physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes...

Flu Shot Shortage Felt on Campus

RAFAEL CORNEJO
El Vaquero Staff Writer

October 22, 2004

The national shortage of flu vaccinations has strained the private purveyors of the inoculation and possibly endangered those at high risk for respiratory illnesses. And here at GCC, the Health Center has yet to receive its order...

Looking at Alzheimer’s

CHRISTINE HAUSER
The University Daily
Texas Tech

June 10, 2004

The death of Ronald Reagan after a decade-long battle with Alzheimer's disease has not only caused many people to reflect on the life of the former president, but it has also allowed many to question his incurable disease and...

Dietary Interns Evaluate Nutritional Lifestyle

RAMTIN JAMSHIDI
El Vaqueo Staff Writer

November 21, 2003

The holiday lights in downtown Glendale signal the beginning of the holiday season that brings friends and families together, shows the true spirit of mankind -- and brings endless lines at the mall. The extra stress and elbowing ar...

October Ushers in Breast Cancer Awareness

TRAVIS HAN-CRUZ
El Vaquero Staff Writer

October 24, 2003

The National Breast Cancer Foundation reports that a woman dies of breast cancer every 12 minutes, but the American Cancer Society estimates that over 400 men in the U.S. will also lose their lives to the same disease this year....

Testing Anxiety is Focus of Workshop

ALEX TIMA
El Vaquero Staff Writer

October 24, 2003

Imagine walking into your classroom to take a test, but when you sit down at your desk suddenly your heart rate jumps followed by sweating, shortness of breath, dizziness and trembling. This is an all too familiar feeling for...

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