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Marijuana Use at Young Age Linked to Psychotic Disorders

Study finds that marijuana use will dramatically increase the chance of psychotic disorders later in life. Credit: Jeff Chiu, AP A new ...A new study has found that the use of marijuana at a young age will dramatically increase the chance of psychotic disorders later in life.

College Basketball Player Suspended for Violating BYU Honor Code; Should Codes Matter?

BYU has suspended Brandon Davies for the rest of the season for violating the school's honor code. The university announced the move March...A Brigham Young University basketball player was suspended from the team for violating the school's honor code. Do you think he deserves the punishment?

New York Plans School for Expectant Teen Parents

Teen moms may get a new school of their own in New York. Credit: Getty
"Give me a P! Give me an R! Give me an E-G-N-A-N-T!"
OK, so d...
Track record for schools for pregnant students in New York not promising.

SmackDown: Would You Publicly Punish Your Child?

If you wear your failure, will you be motivated to improve? Illustration by Dori Hartley
Public Punishment Is a Mu...
Is public punishment tough love? Or just humiliation?

Moms Tries to Embarrass Her Son to Better Grades as the World Watches

Bad grades land teen on street corner: MyFoxTAMPABAY.com
You make your child stand on a public street corner holding a sign telling passersby tha...
Student gets a Scarlet Letter, but it's definitely not an A.

Mean Girls Mellow With Age (Except on TV)

A high school mean girl can become a decent adult. Credit: Michael Gibson, AP Photo/Paramount Pictures Despite the nasty antics of Br...
Not every bullying, backstabbing, high school brat grows up to be a Botox Mean Girl.

Do You Talk to Your Kids About Smoking Cigarettes?

Even "Smoking Baby" Ardi Rizal has kicked the habit. Credit: Ahamd Naafi, AFP/Getty Images In Kentucky, there's a smokers' quit line th...In Kentucky, there's a smoker's quit line that specifically targets teenagers.

Shocking: Kids Really Don't Care About Nutrition Labels

Study shows labeling laws didn't change how kids eat. Credit: Emmanuel Dunand, AFP/Getty Images "Merciful heavens, ...How many calories are in that burger? Oh, well. I already paid for it.


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