Month: September 2018

Linking Aztec Thought With Contemporary Latino Culturation, Internalization and Expression

“Poetry Is A Mirror Which Makes Beautiful That Which Is Distorted” -Percy Bysshe Shelley Introduction:             I am a third generation Chicano, born and raised in the California Bay Area. Pursuing a degree in Biology concentrated in Physiological systems of the human body paired with both Chemistry and Latino/a Studies. I aspire to be a …

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The Anorexia of Aging

The “Anorexia of Aging” is common in older populations. Eating is a fundamental part of human biology and culture.  As global society continues to shift toward modern lifespans, people are living longer. Quality of life; understanding the implications age has toward health is a chief concern moving forward.  Hunger & The Brain How Hunger relates to …

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