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E-Cigarettes: Not Just Harmless Water Vapor – They’re a Toxic Aerosol

  • December 29, 2015
Right off the bat, most people will tell you “smoking cigarettes is bad.” But when talking about e-cigarettes, it seems fewer people are inclined to say the same about vaping. The harmful health impacts of e-cigarettes are alarming. While there are roadblocks to passing widespread e-cigarette regulations, schools and school districts can implement campus rules.
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Advice for Schools: Learning How to Recognize Teen Dating Violence

  • February 18, 2016
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, a national effort to raise awareness and protect young people from relationship abuse. Antonia Leto is on a mission to prevent teen dating violence from happening. Her post here outlines some important warning signs that school staff, teachers, health professionals and parents should be aware of.
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Saving Lives Through Educational Theatre

  • April 20, 2016
Even after all these years of touring, Nightmare on Puberty St. continues to resonate with middle schoolers, moving them to reach out and share their personal stories of suicidal thoughts, self-harm, depression and mental health issues, bullying, abuse and domestic and other violence. When they do, the performers/educators are there to listen, to provide support and to continue to save lives.
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How to Talk to Teens About Drugs and Alcohol

  • January 31, 2017
Getting important messages about drugs and alcohol to students is critical to their success in school and life. But how can you get young people to hear what you have to say? Here are some hard facts to help you dispel common myths and educate the next generation about the risks that come from drug or alcohol abuse.
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