Monday, July 24

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Standing Left to Right:
Omar Sheikh Grad Student
Georgi Baghdasaryan 1st Year Computer Science Engineering
Mike O’Leary R&D Machine Shop
Sean Rosenfeld 4th Year Chemical Engineering
Jay Panchal 2nd Year Phd Mechanical

	Seated:
Fernando Olmos 2nd Year Phd Chemical Engineering
Standing Left to Right:
Omar Sheikh Grad Student
Georgi Baghdasaryan 1st Year Computer Science Engineering
Mike O’Leary R&D Machine Shop
Sean Rosenfeld 4th Year Chemical Engineering
Jay Panchal 2nd Year Phd Mechanical

	Seated:
Fernando Olmos 2nd Year Phd Chemical Engineering

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Trang Ho examines the teeth of a child in Vietnam. Ho volunteered with the Project Vietnam Foundation to provide medical care to impoverished villages. 
(Courtesy of Trang Ho)
Trang Ho examines the teeth of a child in Vietnam. Ho volunteered with the Project Vietnam Foundation to provide medical care to impoverished villages. 
(Courtesy of Trang Ho)

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Balanced diets start in college

Maintaining a healthy diet may become a challenge for UCLA students residing on the Hill when they face the rigors of hunger, academics and stress. For students dining in the residential restaurants, this is perhaps the first time they have had an all-you-can-eat buffet to provide them with their meals, said Christian Roberts, an assistant professor in the UCLA School of Nursing. The tendency is to eat more than they normally would, as multiple studies have shown that the more food a person is presented with at a meal, the more he will eat, Roberts said. Therefore, the two concerns are that students will eat too much, and their food choices will not be very healthy, he added. The U.S. Read more...

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