The warped reality of social media and its effect on young adults' mental health
A beginner’s guide to sustainable and fresh food consumption
As a food consultant, Hansen advocates for people to buy produce locally.
The human mind is naturally wired to find negative thoughts, so training the brain to react positively is more important now than ever, said Dr. Kelly Greco, the Behavioral Sciences Assistant Director of Outreach and Prevention Services at Engemann Student Health Center.
Some spent their day off studying, others relaxing — few felt well
How to begin the grieving process of lost time and loved ones due to COVID-19.
First launched at Dartmouth College in 2020 before the pandemic hit, the app has since expanded to nearly 40 other universities, including USC.
The take-home tests build on the saliva-based collection model, bringing new benefits of cost, efficiency, ease and accuracy.
Both the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines received approval from the FDA for emergency-use in December 2020 after a record-fast vaccine development period of just nine months. The first vaccines were administered in the United States on Dec. 14. Before the vaccine was approved, though, there were people who agreed to participate in its trials.
What to expect in the coming months and who will be prioritized in receiving the vaccine.
An insight into the different disciplines offered at USC through the perspectives of our fellow Trojan classmates and their stories – both pre-pandemic and now.
Insight from two behavior psychologists about the effectiveness of online shame to shame others and its effectiveness.
How to preserve our mental sanity while interacting with family and friends whose political views differ from ours over the holidays.
Amid increasing concerns about mental health in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the global Black Lives Matter protests, USC Counseling and Mental Health Services are actively expanding their mental health services for international students and increasing specialized therapists for students of color through an embedded counselor option on the mySHR (my Student Health Record) portal. Dr. Alice Phang, Ph.D., is an embedded therapist for the Office of International Services and recommends that students utilize USC counseling services and stress management techniques to effectively deal with mental health concerns during COVID-19.