People go to the gym to be healthy, but how “healthy” can a person be with millions of germs multiplying before them?
We’ve all done it.
You type your name into the search engine and hit enter, awaiting the results of just how “famous” you really are. You might think it’s vain, but Googling yourself has actually become a near-necessity in today’s working world. The complexity of the Internet and easy-to-use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter have made our lives public; there’s no denying it. And now more than ever, employers are judging your online personality before they meet the real you.
About 40 minutes after the first time Tracy took Adderall, she sat in her high school classroom and started feeling twitchy and antsy. She began sweating slightly and was very eager to do things.
‘Bad Romance’ on the Iowa State Campanile