Bullying touches the lives of at least one out of every four children in the U.S. In this year alone, approximately 13 million youth, from preschool to high school, will experience it. Yet, many parents do not even know their child is a victim. One study revealed that as many as 64 percent of youth who were bullied did not tell a parent, teacher or any other adult about it. Will your child be one of them? Would you recognize it and know how to respond?
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The idea of sneaking alcohol into a football stadium is nothing new. Encourage students to find their personal motivation for being alcohol-free. They may attribute it to academics, sports, friendships, appearance, health or not wanting to disappoint their parents. Regardless, students will feel better equipped and more confident in saying ‘no’ if they have thought about it ahead of time.
Teen vaping and e-cigarette use have reached epidemic proportions. Despite claims of how “safe” they are by those selling them, they’re putting people into emergency rooms and hospitals across the nation. As of Aug. 30, one person has died and more than 200 cases of vaping-related lung illnesses have been reported although some estimates place the illness total much higher, even as high as 300. In one case, doctors medically induced a coma and hooked someone up to a ventilator.