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How One Drink Killed Hip-Hop

By Evelyn Atieno Courtesy of HUFFPOST Originally posted 06/14/2016 “I don’t care if it was heroin in my cup, it’s in MY cup” said Lil Wayne in a 2009 interview for Behind the Music. Lil Wayne was being confronted about his abusive use of “lean” also known as codeine; to a Lil Wayne fan, it’s apparent that Wayne abuses lean, to others they think it’s what makes him, him. Lean has defined his career from his humble beginnings, in a perplexing way, Wayne doesn’t see lean as poisonous nor dangerous. He has been dependent on it for years, stating in [...]

2019-12-07T02:26:51+00:00December 6th, 2019|News Articles|0 Comments

Girls Using Oral Contraceptives More Depressed

A recent study published in JAMA Psychiatry found that 16-year-old girls using oral contraceptives are more depressed than peers not using oral contraceptives. Oral contraceptive users particularly reported more crying, eating problems, and excessive sleeping compared with nonusers. The study warns that use of oral contraceptives by teenage girls may affect their quality of life and put them at risk for not taking the contraceptives regularly, leading to unplanned pregnancies. Courtesy of JAMA Network Association of Use of Oral Contraceptives With Depressive Symptoms Among Adolescents and Young Women Key Points Question  What is the association between oral contraceptive use and concurrent depressive [...]

2019-11-20T11:10:19+00:00November 20th, 2019|News Articles|0 Comments

WARNING SIGNS of Child Sex Trafficking

In recent years there has been growing awareness of Child Sex Trafficking. Here are WARNING SIGNS to watch for: Signs of physical abuse such as burn marks, bruises or cuts Unexplained absences from school, truancy Less appropriately dressed than before Sexualized behavior Overly tired or falls asleep in class Withdrawn, depressed, or distracted Brags about making or having lots of money Displays expensive clothes, accessories, or shoes New tattoo (tattoos often used by pimps as a way to brand victims.) Older boyfriend, new friends with a different lifestyle, or gang involvement Disjointed family connections, running away, living with friends, or experiencing [...]

2019-11-20T05:04:54+00:00November 20th, 2019|News Articles|0 Comments

Today’s Teens Might Be Better Law-Abiding Citizens Than Any Generation in 60 Years

Courtesy of Good News Network More than a decade of data reveals that American teens have become far less likely to abuse alcohol, nicotine, and illicit drugs, and less likely to engage in delinquent behaviors, such as fighting and stealing. Researchers found that the number of substance-use disorders among 12- to 17-year olds had declined by 49% over a 12-year span, along with a simultaneous 34% decline in delinquent behaviors, such as fighting, assault, stealing, selling drugs or carrying a handgun. The decline in substance abuse among teens in the years before 2015 parallels findings in other recent surveys, but, [...]

2019-11-14T18:50:40+00:00November 14th, 2019|News Articles|0 Comments

Police: 15 apps every parent should know that could be potentially dangerous

By NBC15 Staff Courtesy of NBC15 MADILL, Okla. (WMTV)-- A police department in Oklahoma is warning parents about several apps that could be on their child's tablet or smartphone. According to the Madill Police Department's Facebook posted on August 5, they posted the warning ahead of the upcoming school year. "With school just around the corner, we wanted to share with parents, 15 Apps you should be aware of on your child's phone/tablet and the dangers that come with some of them," posted the police department. https://www.facebook.com/madillpolice/photos/a.581468455388006/1165489380319241/?type=3&theater   The full list of apps with descriptions from Madill Police Department: MEETME: [...]

2019-11-07T13:31:29+00:00November 7th, 2019|News Articles|0 Comments

American Children ‘Immersed in a Culture of Disrespect’

By Annie Holmquist Courtesy of Intellectual Takeout Let’s face it. Almost every child has likely had some type of meltdown in public, causing great embarrassment to both the child’s parent and to other witnesses in the vicinity. But while such disrespectful behavior is embarrassing at age two, it’s downright horrifying the older a child gets. Dr. Leonard Sax recently experienced one of these horrifying displays of disrespect in his medical practice. He describes the scenario in a recent edition of The Wall Street Journal: “Kyle was absorbed in a videogame on his cellphone, so I asked his mom, ‘How long [...]

2019-10-31T17:43:02+00:00October 31st, 2019|News Articles|0 Comments