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Connections to Health: “The Black Cat”

May 4, 2021

Edgar Allen Poe was an American writer who lived a life plagued with multiple tragedies, and his work well reflected the feelings of that lifestyle. His composition style and ability to establish such an intense atmosphere and mood serve to … Read more

Week 15: The Final Countdown

May 2, 2021

With less than a week left in the semester, the summer breeze and excitement for the conclusion of the first year of college for the freshman class is heavy in the COVID free air. Soon the restlessness of being locked … Read more

Coal Miners and COVID-19’s adverse impact.

April 1, 2021

Hello! My name is Dennis Marion, and I am a student at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in Biomedical Engineering. Today, we will look into the health and social issues surrounding the coal mining industry and COVID-19. First, let us address the … Read more

ITP and its rise and consequence as a result of COVID-19

February 25, 2021

In recent times the viral pathogen COVID-19 has made a significant impact on the entire globe due to its infection rate and fatalities amongst those of the immunocompromised and aged populations exposed to this virus. However, a vaccine has been … Read more