You come back home tired after a long day of slaving away and before having dinner, you open your favorite social media app. You make a promise of only 5 minutes on this app, despite knowing that you are about to spend an hour on it. Amid the scarce posts by your friends, you are bombarded by advertisements from KFC and McDonalds showcasing their new mouthwatering dishes and models who seem like their last meal was a salad and they must have eaten that about a year ago. Depressed, you may try to seek solace with the newspaper only to shown news of suicide, accidents and that Malaysia has once again topped Asia’s Obesity ranking. Unbeknownst to us, all of these has been setting us down an unhealthy path, one that appears to have no bright light at the end of the tunnel. We can wait for miraculous savior come and safe us from the destruction ahead but we would end up waiting forever. The change we need must come from ourselves to stop us from continuing down this. The best weapon to combat this and one that we must holster is knowledge about the best ways to maintain a healthy life. The Taylor’s School of Medicine was locked and loaded to dispense these literal life-saving knowledge to the children at SOLS.