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A Matter of Perspective
Not all selfies are about vanity. The photographer’s reason for taking a photo has a lot to do with the point of view they choose.
Kids Who Self-Harm
Self-harm encompasses a wide range of behaviors. Some are temporary; some are lethal. It helps to understand which kids are most at risk.
For Seniors, Time Online Can Bring Benefits
Older adults who surfed the Web regularly had a considerably lower risk of mental decline compared with those who spent no time online.
Craving a Fast Food Fix?
Highly processed foods are formulated for maximum appeal, and colorful ads keep people coming back for more. This can lead to addiction.
Lithium in the Environment Raises Autism Risk
The batteries that power e-bikes and electronic devices can lead to more of this metal in ground water. This could be why ASD rates are up.
Minty-fresh flavored vaping products are deceptive. They may feel like they are easier on your lungs, but the opposite appears to be true.
Friendships and Health
It's normal for friendships to have ups and downs, but people whose relations with friends are generally positive tend to be healthier.
Students Who Threaten Violence
Students' violent threats don't come out of nowhere. Things like bullying, psychological or learning issues, and trauma can all contribute.
Heart Risks Associated with Marijuana Use
Marijuana dispensaries are popping up everywhere -- along with evidence of a higher risk of coronary artery disease among regular users.
To Boost Body Image, Go On a Social Media Diet
Too much time on social media can lead some teens and young adults to judge their appearance harshly. Reducing time on social media helps.
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