By: Juliana Cuadra I’m not going to lie. There are days when I feel so bad about myself that I don’t want to get out of bed. Nights that I lie awake staring at the ceiling thinking about something stupid I did years ago. Moments where I think I should lose weight or study more […]
By: Lourdes Hernandez I grew up in South Florida, where Cuban cafeterias are more common in shopping centers than traditional coffee shops, and every gathering or family party ends with a round of cafecito for everyone. I’m not sure when I fell in love with coffee, but my upbringing definitely attributed to it. Now, as […]
By: Katherine Lugo Do you ever think of all the things you need to do and suddenly feel the need to scream because you know there’s something you are missing? I do. And I’m sure I’m not alone. As a college student, I often found myself drowning in a pool of assignments, study guides, research […]
By: Anastasia Sims Everyone is so daunted by New Year’s resolutions. There’s so much pressure to change everything about your life at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve. But resolutions are just goals, and we all make goals everyday. Goals are a part of life. They’re almost as necessary are breathing and water; […]
By Jessica Curbelo Wake up. Brush your teeth. Get dressed. Go to work. Do work. Go home. Have dinner. Watch TV. Go to bed. Repeat. When was the last time you strayed from your routine? I get it: rent has to be paid, so work has to be done. There are parts of life we […]
Your stomach grumbles, reminding you that you shouldn’t have eaten that two-week-old chili that you found in your fridge at 2 a.m. It’s telling you that you made a mistake, and you’re about to pay for it. You race to find a bathroom. You storm past people you recognize. There’s no time for chitchat, you’re about to explode—and it’s not going to be pretty.
If you are what you eat, what does that mean for your skin? Give your skin a break from harsh chemicals with these au natural beauty products taking over the Korean skincare market.
As infants, the body uses the lactase enzyme to break down the lactose sugars found in milk and other dairy products. However, overtime, the body can lose the number of enzymes available to digest these sugars, which leads to lactose intolerance as we know it. But how many people are actually affected by such a deficiency? More than you think.