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The Elderberry Way to a Cold Free Winter

The Elderberry Way to a Cold Free Winter

October 10, 2016

  Fall is right around the corner, and the flu and common cold are ready to attack.  With one supplement, sick days and call-ins can be effectively reduced. Lucky for you, elderberry and zinc come together in a combined lozenge that is available at most groceries stores and easy on the wallet.  This convenient herb and mineral supplement can boost your bod...

5 Tips to Break Free of Caffeine’s Stranglehold

5 Tips to Break Free of Caffeine’s Stranglehold

September 22, 2016

 1. Wake up and Run! Actually, you don’t have to run. I hate trotting around aimlessly, ala the Budweiser Clydesdales, unless I am playing basketball. With tha...

ACC to offer new degree in Fermentation Sciences

ACC to offer new degree in Fermentation Sciences

May 3, 2016

Colorado has become one of the leading states in the nation for beer production, just behind California, Oregon and Texas.  With a growing number of...

DemoSat team balloon tests Colorado ozone levels

DemoSat team balloon tests Colorado ozone levels

April 26, 2016

It is that time of year again, and the intrepid ACC DemoSat team was on the loose running through cornfields in pursuit of their payload that dropped to...

De-stress this summer with Tai Chi Wednesdays at Colorado Academy of Martial Arts

Anthony Silio, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

April 26, 2016

  Beginning May 4, Elaine Waters will be hosting an introductory level Tai Chi course at the Colorado Academy of Martial Arts  in Littleton. The class will meet on Wednesdays 3 - 4 p.m., and students will learn the basic postures and form their own exercise routines. The ‘Beginning Tai Chi’ class at Colorado Academy of Martial Arts is $60 and includ...

“Ask the Sexperts” educates on an uncomfortable topic

Timothy Page, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

April 22, 2016

Sex. It’s something not a lot of people like to talk about. Most of our society is afraid to address topics of safe sex or STIs. "Ask the Sexperts" was an event that answered questions people had about, well, really anything that had to do with sex. This was not your high school sex ed class. The event hosted probably fewer than ten attendees, but those few had some interesting...

ACC alum Hannah Lucero pleased with mortuary science education

ACC alum Hannah Lucero pleased with mortuary science education

November 17, 2015

Humans of ACC is a series of Q&A presentations about students, faculty and staff. Today’s focus is on Hannah Lucero, ACC alumna of the mortuary...

Exercise Science Health Program offers education, as well as good health

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Reporter

November 17, 2015

The dawn of fast-food frenzy is near. People are growing wary of what they’re putting in their bodies, especially here in Colorado. In Denver, organic grocery stores are becoming as populous per capita as Starbucks coffee joints in downtown Seattle. Health conditions are surfacing left and right and it has finally started to open people’s eyes. To anyone who has hopped...

Op Ed: Jettison those junk-food breakfasts, and make your day

Anthony Shaw, Arapahoe Pinnacle Sports Columnist

October 13, 2015

Unless you live under a rock, someone’s probably told you at least once in your life that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s true. That doesn’t mean whatever you put in your body that morning is essential to you. Our bodies need certain types of fuels to help launch you through your day, certain fuels that will go uncredited in your future....