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Lack of age restriction sparks debate

Written by :  LaShawn Oglesby & Jessica Ingram Pro Selling the morning-after pill without age restrictions is a positive step for young ladies and teenagers who aren’t ready for motherhood but have had unprotected sex. Regardless of the reason for unprotected sex, whether it is a broken condom, a lack of birth control or a sexual assault, this provides females ...

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Anti-overdose drug sparks controversy

Written by: LaShawn Oglesby A drug that counteracts overdoses on opioid drugs such as heroine, OxyContin and morphine is now available to the public for free. The drug is called Naloxone, and it isn’t a new drug; patients in ambulances and emergency rooms get this antidotal drug when it is required. Though this drug sounds amazing, many have voiced concerns ...

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Everybody has somebody

Written by: LaShawn Oglesby Don’t consider yourself #ForeverAlone simply because you don’t have a significant other. Who’s to say that you’re automatically disqualified from enjoying Valentine’s Day or that you’re supposed to hate the holiday because you’re living the single life? Love not only comes in all shapes and sizes but also from many unique sources and forms of affection. ...

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California paves way for acceptance

Written by: LaShawn Oglesby A California law that went into effect Jan. 1, 2014, allows transgender students, K-12th grade, to use bathrooms and join sports teams they identify with regardless of their biological sex. This law is a positive step toward acceptance and equal rights. Many transgender students go through bullying for standing out. This legislation will help students fit ...

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