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Kurt Hueschen, editor

Ecstasy = brain damage

Everyone in the room was friendly and excited, their eyes bright, their touch sensual and euphoric. The lights were so soft, they could almost feel it caressing their skin. The music pulsed in their veins like blood. They were in heaven. They were on Ecstacy.

Water safety: Shallow water can be dangerous

At least 20 million people visit the shores of O‘ahu every year, and beach and ocean recreation play a major role in the lives of both visitors and residents as well.

 

An aspirin is the best form of birth control?

According to Kaiser Health Clinic reports, HPU students need to be better informed about contraceptive choices and safe sex practices. According to Jill Williams, PA, some HPU students think that the body is less damaged by abortion than by preventing an unwanted pregnancy with birth control pills or other contraceptive procedures.

   
   
   
 

 

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