Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

Rio Hondo College Newspaper

El Paisano

The white button mushroom is accesible for everyone. As pictured above the mushroom can be found in the backyard and the market. This is another reason why the white button mushroom is used during these trials.

White button mushroom tablets used to slow the advancement in prostate cancer

Yasmine Poot , Podcast Editor September 24, 2021

There are over 14,000 known species of mushrooms, many still unknown. Mushrooms hold a valuable place in our environment. These species hold a key to our future. However, can they do the same in modern medicine?  City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center that houses the Beckman Research institute...

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Cancer Immunotherapy wins the 2018 Nobel Prize in Medicine

Daniel Gomez, Online Editor-In-Chief October 11, 2018

Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to Cancer Research On October 1st, two doctors were awarded this years Nobel Prize in Medicine. James Allison of the University of Texas at Austin and Tasuku Honjo of Kyoto University accepted the prize together for their research in cancer treatment. The focus of their...

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More than 8 Million Adults have Mental Health Issues

Danielle Anzures , Reporter April 25, 2017

More than 8 million adults, around 3.4 percent of the population in the US, have mental health issues and are 10 times more likely to struggle to pay for health care service. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC, conducted their annual national health survey where respondents were asked...

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Mylan slapped with class-action racketeering lawsuit

Crystian Mendoza, Sports Editor April 17, 2017

Mylan, a global pharmaceutical company, was hit with a class-action racketeering lawsuit April 3. The company is charged with intentionally setting up an illegal scheme in which they’ve drastically increased the price of their EpiPen over the past ten years. Roughly a decade ago, consumers were...

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Preview: Music Medicine

Preview: Music Medicine

Ryan Guerrero, Managing Editor March 8, 2016

The RHC Student Health and Psychological Services will be hosting a free and "uniquely fun workshop" entitled Music Medicine on Mar. 9. Presented by music therapist Katherine Halliwell, the workshop will help participants achieve emotional fluidity and an overall sense of well-being through music. Participants...

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