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Is There An Upside to Bullying or Exclusion?

Is There An Upside to Bullying or Exclusion?

Barbara Greenberg  12. 1.2014
I learned to be empathic and to think about the impact of my behavior on others because of some of my less-than-positive experiences. I...
8 Things You Would Have Really, Really Wanted For Christmas If You'd Been A Teen In The 1950s

8 Things You Would Have Really, Really Wanted For Christmas If You'd Been A Teen In The 1950s

Amanda Scherker  12. 1.2014
A few years ago, "Hannah Montana" paraphernalia might have been at the top of your holiday wishlist -- now it probably seems as outdated...
Teens Now Have A Say In New York City's Government

Teens Now Have A Say In New York City's Government

AP  11.29.2014
NEW YORK (AP) — Rashana Jackman isn't old enough to vote in an election, but she could soon have a vote on a city-appointed board that...
Teaching Your Teen to Drive

Teaching Your Teen to Drive

Bernadette Noll  11.25.2014
We get in the car. Riding shotgun is new for me. She turns the key, backs out a bit too quickly, and we are on the road.
Energy Drink Ads Still Reach Young Kids

Energy Drink Ads Still Reach Young Kids

Bettina Elias Siegel  11.25.2014
Two very different studies crossed my desk this week and, when read together, they point to a disturbing problem.
9 Hilarious Ways Parents Have Tried To Get Their Kids To Move Out

9 Hilarious Ways Parents Have Tried To Get Their Kids To Move Out

Yagana Shah  11.25.2014
Empty nesters -- it could be a lot worse. While the quiet rooms of your home may feel like a bleak reality, for some parents it's something...
Why Seniors Need the Internet More Than Anyone

Why Seniors Need the Internet More Than Anyone

Ben Kassoy  11.24.2014
Yep, young people, who tweet and Instagram, like, 27 hours a day are technology whizzes from birth who adore their grandparents. This holiday...

Climate Change This Week: Lightning Increasing, Solar Cloth, and More!

Mary Ellen Harte  11.24.2014
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded. Stephen Colbert takes the Polar Plunge here, highlighting the dim lights...
Hold My Hand A Little Longer

Hold My Hand A Little Longer

Susannah Lewis  11.20.2014
Will this sweet boy who often rests his blonde head on my shoulder someday shut me out? Will the very sight of my face and the sound of...

St. Louis Teen Revisits Father's Advice While Anticipating Verdict

Youth Radio -- Youth Media International  11.20.2014
By Ryan Henderson Last summer, every day after baseball practice, I'd buy a slush from the same Quik Trip convenience store in downtown...
Who Benefits More...the Children ... or the Volunteers?!

Who Benefits More...the Children ... or the Volunteers?!

Genevieve Piturro  11.20.2014
Volunteers enter our magical world and immediately lose their adult demeanor. They stop being grown-up and in moments revert back to the...
The Three Most Important Questions You Can Ask Your Teenager

The Three Most Important Questions You Can Ask Your Teenager

Michael Mulligan  11.20.2014
he millennials are accomplishing great things. But too many of them look inside only to peer into a void that we, at least in part, have...
Holiday Parties and the Hypocrisy Dilemma

Holiday Parties and the Hypocrisy Dilemma

Dr. Karen Soren  11.18.2014
The holidays can be a festive and celebratory time of year, but be mindful that alcohol consumption can send mixed messages or create confusion...
Not Many Of Us Land The Dream Jobs We Wanted As Kids

Not Many Of Us Land The Dream Jobs We Wanted As Kids

Jacqueline Howard  11.18.2014
If the job you have isn't the one you always dreamed of, you have lots of company. A new study shows that only about six percent of adults...