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The Compass

Cadence Ciupryk, Reporter | January 30, 2019

Body image has become a very touchy subject among teenagers and young adults. Even now, some children as young as ten and under have low self esteem and would change many things about their bodies when there is nothing wrong in the first place. Social media and  models set an unrealistic body figure for younger people, when it doesn’t even matter what you look like just as long as you are healthy....

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Depression and Dogs

Jordan Wood, Reporter | January 29, 2019

There are many ways to treat depression, whether that be psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, support groups or just having someone to talk to. But the unfortunate reality is, not everyone has that person they can go to. Phys Org reports that 3 of every 4 Americans are lonely. And this, unfortunately, was not the highest numbers I saw, just the most recent.   Luckily, there is a...

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Depression and Dogs

Jordan Wood, Reporter
January 29, 2019

Fiona Wagner, Reporter
January 29, 2019

Marking the fourth year that Portland has renewed its State of Emergency regarding homelessness, it is clear that 2019 is an important time to recognize this issue. According to the City of Portland's website, around 3,801 members of the Portland metro area community may be homeless. These people are more likely to have health issues, experience drug addictions, and end up in the justice system. Given...

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