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As the school year begins to wind down, high school seniors – and those who care about them – typically have their eyes on two prizes: getting into college and graduating from high school.
(U.S.) – Big Tobacco is increasingly using social media to find new ways to hook young people on smoking, circumventing decades of laws restricting the marketing of traditional cigarettes to minors.
(U.S.) – Ask a teen today how she communicates with her friends, and she’ll probably hold up her smartphone.
(U.S.) – Pregnant women in low-income work often face an unappealing choice: lose their job or perform duties that endanger their health and that of their baby.
(U.S.) – The first signs of a problem started to emerge around 2014: More young people said they felt overwhelmed and depressed.
(U.S.) – New research suggests a payoff of early quality childhood education for families, communities and for economies, but especially for child development.
(U.S.) – A new bill to provide affordable childcare for working families faces an uphill battle in Congress.
(U.S.) – Becoming a mother, especially for the first time, has its challenges – and it starts with giving birth.