In our society where vanity and beauty are praised and defined (hello, Photoshop) by the media, it comes as no surprise that an estimated 8 million people in the United States suffer from an eating disorder.
Alice’s nibbles on a hallucinogenic, bacteria-ridden mushroom in her fantasy world of Wonderland is no longer a figment of Lewis Carroll’s whimsy. The blonde haired, blue-eyed, curious little lady’s ailment can now be purchased in a store near you.
Winter is a tough season for our beloved skin. The cold winter air, or even warm air from home heating systems, can leave your skin cracked, chapped, and dry because the water and natural oils from your skin diffuse into the humidity-lacking air. Fortunately, you don’t have to suffer through the winter months waiting for spring, because there are many solutions to help keep your skin look fresh and feel moisturized.
It’s slowly approaching the end of the semester, Pink and Black readers. The feeling should be familiar to you at this point in your college career. Finals are coming, which means late nights studying for the next morning’s exam, lots of junk food, coffee and worrying. You’re feeling stressed out and don’t know why or what to do about it. Well, little do we know, but feeling stressed out and anxious are one in the same.