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Is Favilavir a Miracle Antiviral?

Pictured is an infographic developed by the FDA to explain the drug approval process.  Favilavir has not yet been approved for widespread use for COVID-19.  (US Food and Drug Administration)

Eva Baker, Reporter

April 28, 2020

Favilavir is an antiviral drug used in China and Japan to treat influenza. It was also approved for treating COVID-19 by China’s National Medical Products Administration.  But is it a short-term solution to fight COVID-19 while a vaccine is developed? Favilavir is allegedly able to go through i...

FDA Proposes Tough Tanning Bed Restrictions

On January 29th, school nurse Tara Blackburn explains her thoughts on teens and indoor tanning. “When you’re 18, she says, “you feel invincible.”

February 19, 2016

By: Cara McErlean As we enter the darkest months of the year, Americans young and old seek out the artificial alternative to natural sunlight: tanning beds. This year however, several big changes are on the horizon for users of indoor tanning beds. On Friday December 18, The US Food and Drug ...

Evolution of Technology Use in Class

Bella D'Adderio, right, sophomore at HHS and Burston-Green, left, are in the library at HHS  Friday, Sep. 25, 2015. D'Adderio helped Burston-Green make online flashcards of her Acedemic Literacy vocab list.

January 22, 2016

By Julia Michaelson It is everywhere and evolving fast. Technology is improving all around the world. Hershey High School (HHS) is a school moving towards a more technology based learning style. Almost all the students are using it in classes. Since most jobs are moving towards this use, it gives...

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