Teen Suicide: Who is Most at Risk and Why?
In the past decade, headlines reporting the tragic stories of teen suicides link the deaths to some form of bullying. Now, all 50 states have anti-bullying laws in
The Old/New Drug of Choice: Methamphetamine is on the Rise
How it's affecting our communities
Back in the ’90s, Methamphetamine, aka “Meth”, was the big drug abuse problem in the US When the government
A Gallup poll taken several years ago reported 8 in 10 Americans encounter stress in their daily lives. While stress is not always a bad thing, it still leads many people to wonder—at what point is “feeling stressed
Over the past few weeks, we've joined with the Violence Free Coalition to share messages around Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Each February, we devote attention to what healthy dating relationships look like and
As cold as it's been (and may still be for a little while), it's not a foregone conclusion that kids will get sick. They share germs with each other at school, and those germs often wind up coming home with them - maybe