OLLU student shares coping with Auditory Processing Disorder.

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Auditory processing disorder affects approximately two to seven percent of the U.S population. APD refers to difficulties in processing auditory information in the central nervous system. Many people with APD, may have normal hearing, but also tend to experience difficulty in receiving, organizing, and understanding speech. The symptom complex of […]

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Omicron’s spread: the new variant of COVID-19

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SAN ANTONIO – In early December, a newly discovered variant of COVID-19 surfaced in Bexar County, Texas. It was said to be more contagious but symptomatically less severe. The strain was discovered by The California and San Francisco Departments of Public Health on Nov. 26, 2021 when it reached the […]

200 Sanitizing products recalled after reports of hospitalization

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By Amadeo Rivas SAN ANTONIO – For the past three weeks the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency (FDA) has been warning American consumers to not purchase at least 185 different hand sanitizing products citing that the products themselves are ineffective and not safe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has […]

Pandemic fatigue: coping with stress and anxiety during COVID

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By Danielle Ojeda  San Antonio- At Our Lady of the Lake University some students may feel sick, not from coronavirus but, from the stress of dealing with a pandemic while receiving an education.  Since March, local city leaders have enforced stringent measures in order to reduce the spread of COVID-19 […]

Gaming Disorder, Should You Worry?

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By Paul Marquez SAN ANTONIO— College is all about time management. For many college students that may include gaming. Gaming is another form of entertainment. Allowing players to spend more time engaged in multiplayer matches than homework. According to World Health Organization they have classified “Gaming disorder” as a mental […]

Cafeteria Health Inspection Faces Minor Bumps

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By Roberto Camero SAN ANTONIO—The San Antonio Health Inspector visited OLLU’s cafeteria and found a number of minor infractions. The infractions are as follows: Undisposed cup of tea, dripping hot water faucet, broken fridge door, and rodent feces found at the back door of the kitchen. OLLU passed its health […]

Government Program Provides Free HIV/AIDS Testing For Students

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By Celeste Delagarza SAN ANTONIO—The Black Effort Against the Threat of AIDS Coalition Trust (BEAT AIDS) and The San Antonio AIDS Foundation (SAAF) partnered with Our Lady of the Lake University to provide free HIV/AIDS testing throughout the month of September. Testing was offered to students in the University Wellness […]