Hot Fall Collections

By Jamyra Armstrong   Sept. 8, 2020
What will you be wearing this Fall? The models for Fashion Nova are showing off different fall collections for men and women. There are many different styles to keep you nice and warm but still look stylish no matter what your size. You can still feel and look beautiful as you wear it.
Everyone will be asking where you bought your outfit. The warehouse is in Los Angeles, but you can check out all the styles online. Fall will be here soon. Go snap up your outfit so you will be ready.

Irresistible Pleasure

By Clayton Johnson III  Aug. 19, 2020
In the recent years of technology, video games have been expanding to the point of becoming the largest problems of why kids fall asleep and can’t focus in class.
Over the years, students have been getting too attached to video games and it’s affecting how schoolwork gets completed. Study shows that teenagers who played video games more often during the week were less successful than students who played less video games. Scientists tested forty-one percent of the students who used gaming devices two or more times a day received passing grades on school exams, compared with 77 percent of those who rarely played the games during the week of school.
The scientists studied this in Germany where they have the better technology for this study. The research project involved more than 600 individuals between the ages of 14 and 16. It took place over a period of two years, from 2012 to 2014.
Scientists studied this subject because over the years, the media have made various sensationalist claims about video games and their effect on our health and happiness. People with lower amounts of grey matter in the hippocampus are known to be at increased risks of developing neuro-psychiatric illnesses such as depression, schizophrenia, PTSD and Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. West says even if the current results show that certain human-computer interactions can decrease grey matter in the brain, the long-term consequences of this loss need to be further studied.