Why Asians NEED To Care About Breast Cancer
Since October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we decided to look into how Asian Americans handle breast cancer. We were shocked by what we discovered. For years now, Asians have been comforREAD MORE
What Does Obamacare Mean For Asian Americans?
There are various opinions to the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. Some of you may be completely for it, others may be strongly against it and some (though we hope many of you donREAD MORE
Identifying Depression: Find the Hidden Message
Take a look around you. Can you tell which person is going through pain or suffering? Chances are, probably not. The Singapore-based suicide prevention organization, Samaritans of Singapore created aREAD MORE
Skincare Horror Story: Results of Sleeping With Makeup On
Does sleeping with makeup on really have bad effects on your skin? The answer to that question is yes, yes it does. We’ve all had those long, hectic days where we’ve ended up falling asleeREAD MORE
The Cost of Beauty: A Look Into Korea’s High Rate of Plastic Surgery
Based in Brooklyn and Seoul, photographer Ji Yeo strives to call attention to a very controversial aspect of South Korea’s modern-day culture: plastic surgery. In her series “Beauty RecoveREAD MORE
Audrey College Tips: Surviving Your First All-Nighter
All-nighters: you can only avoid them for so long. Its a week before your midterm and you’re relaxed. That’s definitely enough time to study right? But then you have that meeting tonight.READ MORE
The Secret To Happiness Discovered (And Why Asians Need To Know It)
The search for happiness is no easy one. It’s a particularly hard task because many of us don’t exactly know what makes us happy in the first place. It seems like we’re not the onlyREAD MORE
Is Facebook Causing Depression?
Story by Anna M. Park. You come home from work. It was a fair to middling day. Your boss didn’t yell at you, you didn’t totally cheat on your diet, and Andrew still hasn’t called. You sit down wREAD MORE
The Truth About Mammograms: To X-Ray or Not To X-Ray?
Story by Anna M. Park. When the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force announced that women should not be getting mammograms until they reach 50, it ignited controversy within the medical community. FoREAD MORE
Traveling Under Pressure: Tips from Tranquil Tuesday’s Charlene Wang
Story by Anna M. Park Charlene Wang knows what it’s like to be on the road. Based in Beijing, the Boston-born Chinese American travels to the U.S. at least three times a year, in addition to travelREAD MORE