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Boys Town announced strategies to help keep your child safe from bullies. The national child and healthcare organization, which started over 90 years ago, is a leader in parenting advice. Below are five ways to bully-proof your children: 1. Encouragement read more about Top 5 Ways To Help Bully-Proof Your Child
Stimulants, also known as uppers, is a drug that temporarily increases alertness and energy. The use of stimulant drugs among college students was once thought to be a problem among high achievers seeking energy and focus to study. Not so, read more about Are Stimulants a Gateway Drug for College Students?
A good report card is not the only concern for parents of school-aged children. Today, news headlines with heartbreaking reports of adolescent suicides are on the rise. Many children that commit the act are the victims of bullying. Parents do read more about 5 Signs Your Child May Be A Bully
It turns out that the pandemic has reaped one unexpected benefit: As teens were kept home more often, their use of electronic cigarettes dropped by nearly 40%, a new report finds. "They found a dramatic drop from last year, and read more about Silver Lining Found in Pandemic: Fewer Teens Are Vaping
Kids who are gay, bisexual or questioning their sexuality may be vulnerable to contemplating suicide at a tender age, a new U.S. government study finds. It has long been known that teenagers who are part of sexual minorities have a read more about LGBTQ Teens More Likely to Contemplate Suicide at a Younger Age
College students often put on weight during their freshman year, and a lack of structured exercise may be largely to blame, a new study suggests. Weight gain is so common among first-year college students that it has spawned the phrase read more about One Key Factor Drives Weight Gain in College