Stay Safe Online with Cybersecurity Tips
A sense of safety and security is important for well-being and comfort, but one growing safety concern is often overlooked due to its intangible nature. Cybersecurity might not be at the forefront of most people’s priority lists, but taking some necessary steps for self-protection can…
Faces of LIFE- Leilani Joseph
From Birmingham, Alabama, Leilani Joseph grew up with varied interests in the arts, from theatre to crafts. From a young age, she also had an awareness of the need for proper spinal alignment due to a scoliosis diagnosis discovered during a school screening. Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine often found in adolescents, such as Joseph at that time in middle school.
The Relationship Between EEG (electroencephalogram) Patterns, Heart Rate Variability, Single Session of Chiropractic Care and Stress Scores
This study looks at how a single session of chiropractic care changes the brain, using a couple of different electroencephalography (EEG) techniques. One technique examined the brain during resting state. This is considered the baseline or the starting point from which to gauge. Researchers hoped to answer the question, “How does the brain respond to unique stimulus?”
Why Technology Makes it Easier for Us to Lie: A Psychological Perspective
Technology has given us many benefits over the past quarter of a century. And in recent years with the pandemic, we have literally seen it save jobs through working remotely. It offers the convenience of online schooling and the immediate update on what is happening around the world. But there is a flip side to all this technology.
Faces of LIFE- Ishma-eel Safodien
B.B.A Business Administration student, Life U Men’s Rugby player and President/Founder of the Muslim Students’ Association- Life U Chapter As a South African from a small village in Cape Town, Ishma-eel Safodien grew up in “a place that is small but that is rich in…
Campus Rainwater Garden
Destinee Rivera’s goal is to create a rainwater garden on the Life University campus, creating a green infrastructure by the Ian Grassam Treehouse. She will have six types of plants, including three types of flowers, two different types of shrubs and grass. The natural beauty of this garden will add to the pretty landscape of our environmentally friendly campus, and it will serve an important purpose.
Toxic Positivity- How Positivity can Become Negative
Ever meet someone so unfailingly positive and chipper that it grated on you like sitcom nails on a chalkboard? Of course, there is nothing wrong with positive thinking, optimism and a sunny disposition, but there is a dark side to positivity if it is continually prioritized over all other types of feeling. Psychology Today tackles the issue head on in their article aptly named “Toxic Positivity.”
Faces of LIFE- Marcos Padilla
Marcos Padilla’s Bachelor’s was in Forensic Science. After finishing his undergraduate degree, Padilla visited the Atlanta area to be with friends and to visit with his sister. Many of their friends were attending Life U at the time, mainly for the chiropractic program and spoke highly of the University. Padilla was not a stranger to chiropractic care, receiving regular chiropractic adjustments from his chiropractor back in Puerto Rico.
Exploring Research Through the Eyes of Life U Students – College of Chiropractic
Dr. Shaleigh McBride, who worked in a recovery inpatient treatment center while attending Life U, has a background in counseling and a master’s in clinical mental health. Her goal was to work with patients to see how Chiropractic could be introduced to help in a drug treatment facility. She originally worked as a therapist and specialized in behavioral disorders before she transitioned to working with clients who were suffering from drug addiction.
My First Quarter- Nate Deitz
The most memorable thing about my first quarter was just meeting so many like-minded people in their own communities. It’s such a different culture here at Life U. Everybody is so happy and so fulfilled. Just being around that environment was awesome to see and be around. It was so much different than my undergrad program. All the professors were so friendly and they were all so interested in bringing the most out of their students. I felt like the students were also focused on being their best selves.