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Seniors often fall prey to fraudulent health products

If the product that promises to help you sleep, erase your wrinkles, and ease your arthritis pain sounds too good to be true — it probably is.

Americans spend $25 billion a year on fraudulent health products, and 60 percent of the victims are over the age of 60, says Jeanne Freeman,…

Outstanding faculty honored at ceremony 2015-05-08
Real life 'Burn Book' encourages cyberbullying among students

In the movie Mean Girls, the popular and powerful Regina George causes a school-wide frenzy when her “Burn Book” of hurtful comments is photocopied and displayed for all to see. But this fictional controversy has become a reality for many high schoolers using the app Burnbook.

Faculty attending Aug. 23 commencement announced 2014-07-31
Cyber bullying will be discussed May 14 at WWU

Concerns about cyber bullying will be discussed at a Wednesday, May 14, panel at Western Washington University.

The panel will begin at 7 p.m. in Academic West room 204. Topics will include online harassment, legal issues, self-esteem and resources for safely using social media.

Western to hold cyber bullying discussion May 14 2014-04-28
Names announced for faculty attending summer commencement Aug. 24 2013-08-05
Health care reform: What does it mean for you? 2013-04-05
Names for faculty attending commencement announced 2012-07-24
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