VALHALLA, N.Y. (AP) — It was a hellish scenario investigators had never seen before: 400 feet of electrified third rail snapped into 12 pieces and speared a commuter train during a fiery collision with an SUV. Now officials want to know whether the rail's unusual design explains why the crash was so deadly.
Neuroscientist Kay Tye says when looking at weight loss we shouldn't focus on what is going in our mouth but what is going on in our brain.
These snacks says, "Hey, I'm trying to be a real-world human being. Appreciate my class. And don't worry, I have guac, too."
While universities encourage students to call for help during life-threatening emergencies, students can still be hesitant.