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Oct 24 2022
A woman and a teenage girl were killed Monday morning in a shooting inside a St. Louis high school, authorities said. The gunman was also killed in the shooting, police said, and six others were taken to hospitals with injuries.CBS News (Online)
Dec 19 2019
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday that the number of severe vaping illnesses has risen again, to a total of 2,506 cases nationwide.
That's an increase of 97 patients since last week — all hospitalized with EVALI, an acronym for e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury.
There's no indication investigators are any closer to figuringNBC News (Online)
Oct 30 2022
South Korea is searching for answers after Halloween celebrations in the capital Seoul turned into one of the country’s worst disasters, with authorities declaring a national mourning period as they investigate how a chaotic crush left at least 151 people dead.
Tens of thousands of costumed partygoers – mostly teenagers and young adults – had poured into the popular nightlifeCNN (Online News)
Oct 14 2022
A teenage suspect who police allege was a shooter in an incident that left five people, including an off-duty police officer, dead in Raleigh, North Carolina is hospitalized in critical condition, officials said Friday morning.
The latest: "A 15-year-old white male suspect" was taken into custody and is in critical condition, police chief Estella Patterson said at a press conferenceAxios
Dec 11 2019
Some promising trends fall short of real progress. Vaping – once considered safer than cigarettes – has emerged as a public health harm for teens and adults. Has the dearth of research sent solutions up in smoke?
The online vape store looks legitimate: It warns away those under 21; a customer chat box pops up when you open the home page; there are online coupons, even a Black FridayChristian Science Monitor
Sep 28 2022
Another day, another spasm of violence in Philadelphia, a major city where George Soros spent $1.7 million to elect far-left Democrat District Attorney Larry Krasner. Yet, typically, the networks on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning mostly ignored the shooting of five teenagers at a local Philadelphia high school.
An epidemic of violence has swept the city, — murders are about to hitNewsBusters
Apr 16 2022
The United States is experiencing an extreme teenage mental-health crisis. From 2009 to 2021, the share of American high-school students who say they feel “persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness” rose from 26 percent to 44 percent, according to a new CDC study. This is the highest level of teenage sadness ever recorded.
The government survey of almost 8,000 high-school studentsThe Atlantic
Apr 16 2022
It’s never been easy to be a teenager, but today’s youth are grappling with a mental health crisis of epic proportions.
An April 2022 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) — the Adolescent Behaviors and Experiences SurveyTrusted Source — shows that 44% of teens feel “persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness.”
According to previous CDC data,Psych Central
Apr 16 2022
According to a new survey by the CDC, American teens are facing a drastic mental health crisis.
Below are the crazy numbers for “Percent of High-School Students Feeling Persistently Sad or Hopeless”
A few thoughts:
Long-Term Joy vs. Fleeting Pleasure: We are abandoning our primal roles in life in exchange for immediate and brief sensations of pleasure and “happiness.” TheTurning Point USA
Sep 29 2022
When Mae Sallean was a teenager, her body and mind began to slip away from each other. Her body and face began to sprout thick hair, her voice dropped, and she felt dissociated from her physical form. Something had gone wrong, and she could not reconcile the person she was with the person the world perceived her as. The disconnect left her profoundly depressed and deeply lonely.