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I agree with Lizzo, body positivity has become commercialized

I agree with Lizzo, body positivity has become commercialized

by Trinity Bland, Opinion Editor // March 30, 2021

Vogue’s October 2020 cover features none other than Lizzo, who everyone and their mom know at this point.  In addition to the cover and other pictures...

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The distrust among Black Americans in medicine is warranted

The distrust among Black Americans in medicine is warranted

by Jessica Octavio, Staff Writer // February 9, 2021

For centuries, science and medicine have been used as weapons against Black people, serving to both justify and perpetuate institutionalized racism.  Researchers,...

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Outside of Calpulli where students have access to medical resources.

Patients struggle when Medi-Cal fails to cover prescription costs

by Shayne Jones, Staff Writer // October 16, 2019

One in three Californians are Medi-Cal recipients, according to the California Health Care Foundation. Many of these families have members suffering from...

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SDSU's Smart Health Institute develops wearable health sensors

SDSU’s Smart Health Institute develops wearable health sensors

by Adriana Millar, Staff Writer // September 28, 2015

The Smart Health Institute at San Diego State is working on new, bio-medical technology. The institute’s research mainly focuses on wearable, portable...

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MEDLIFE Service club treats patients internationally

MEDLIFE Service club treats patients internationally

by Alex Piscatelli, Contributor // September 23, 2015

The San Diego State chapter of MEDLIFE, a nationally recognized organization, provides international medical services to people in need. “(We) organize...

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Flying Samaritans club comes to the rescue with medical aid

Flying Samaritans club comes to the rescue with medical aid

by Kayla Jimenez, Contributor // September 23, 2015

San Diego State’s Flying Samaritans chapter loads up 30 to 40 students and health professional volunteers in caravans each month en route to Ejido Matamoros,...

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SDSU crime and incident update: medical aid, possible suicide attempt

SDSU crime and incident update: medical aid, possible suicide attempt

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // September 17, 2015

Major campus crime news occurred Monday night when San Diego State Police arrested a man connected to six reports of sexual battery on campus. Read The...

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SDSU crime and incident report: Hit and run, trespassing, medical aid

SDSU crime and incident report: Hit and run, trespassing, medical aid

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // September 11, 2015

Medical aid in Storm Hall Emergency vehicles reported to Storm Hall on Wednesday afternoon  to assist a student experiencing difficulty breathing and...

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Pre-med exam to include additional sections

Pre-med exam to include additional sections

by Carmen Huerta , Staff Writer // August 11, 2014

Pre-medical students will have a new test to study for when the new version of the Medical College Admission Test goes into effect next spring. The...

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