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Growing up has never lacked challenges, but it seems today’s kids are having an especially rough time. Research varies, but the number of kids with anxiety and depression is at an all-time high. Though the links among social media, tech use, and mental health issues aren’t entirely clear, we do know that kids who are already struggling often come away from social media feeling worse than they did before they scrolled through their feeds.
Of all the life lessons my dad taught me — continues to teach me, really — I have to say a favorite is: Bring a book.
Mass shootings. Nuclear weapons. A robbery at your local corner store. Where do you start when you have to explain this stuff to your kids?
By her own account, Bonnie J. Rough was an unlikely candidate to write a book about sex.
The simulation was designed as a visceral and interactive history lesson for a class of south suburban sixth-graders — a re-enactment of the Underground Railroad, complete with freedom papers and passage to safety at night in the woodlands and open fields of Wisconsin.
Susan Wholley bought her daughter her first drink when she turned 21, and she was the person her daughters turned to when they had questions about sex and marijuana.
PINEHURST, N.C. — Pinehurst No. 2 is anything but perfect for the U.S. Open, at least in the traditional sense of major championships in America.
Chi-Hi wrestling coach Tom Pomietlo will often catch senior AJ Kammeyer studying the walls of the Chi-Hi wrestling room.