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New Ways Teens are Using Tobacco: Vaping, Chewing and Smoking

Source: yourteenmag.com By Jane Parent Nick started dipping as a sophomore in high school because many of his lacrosse teammates were. “It was the cool thing to do,” and chew helped him to relieve stress and relax. He began, however, to notice a pattern:  after chewing, he felt groggy and lethargic. It took six long weeks […]

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Teenage Violence and Abuse Can have Long-term Effects

Source: HDNews.net Judy Caprez is an associate professor of social work at Fort Hays State University. Send your questions in care of the department of sociology and social work, Rarick Hall, FHSU. Q: What are the effects of teen abuse and violence in dating relationships?  A: Teen romantic relationships can have either positive or negative effects. They can enhance […]

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