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Health/Food Posts Tagged as 'Youth'

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Popeyes' chicken sandwich is surprise hit: 'We didn’t expect this type of reaction' 

 

It appears people really wanted a new chicken sandwich.

Ever since announcing its new one, Popeyes has reportedly been selling out of it. Reports are coming in from across the nation of long lines and restaurants exhausting their supply.

Fox

Teen registered people to vote as they waited in Popeyes line for new chicken sandwich

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Food, Restaurant, Sales, Voting, Youth

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26-Aug-2019


Airline crew allegedly refused to accommodate traveler with autism. Now, they've been grounded. 

 

A man says crew members on a SkyWest Airlines flight refused to allow his brother with autism to sit near a family member Friday and walked off the plane, forcing all 75 passengers to deplane and board another flight three hours later.

Now, the crew, including the pilots, have been grounded while the airline investigates the incident.

Ayomide Isola, 23, was on SkyWest flight 3596 from Detroit to Houston with his mother, sister and 21-year-old brother, Tayo, who is nonverbal and unable to express himself. SkyWest is a connection carrier for Delta and other major airlines.

NBC News

Tags: All Rights, Business, Disabled, Discrimination, Employment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Judgment, Privilege, Punishment, Safety, Travel, Treatment, Youth

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19-Aug-2019


Study shows social media may harm teens' mental health 

 

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains the details of a new study linking social media use to mental health issues in teens.

CNN

How Does Social Media Affect Girls? They Feel Effects More Strongly Than Boys, New Research Says

we need to stop making mental illness look cool on social media

Tags: Children, Effect, Environment, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Safety, Science, Social Media, Study, Threat, Treatment, Video, Youth

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15-Aug-2019


Adults Take to Twitter to Bully 16-Year-Old Climate Activist 

 

A few extremely balanced adults exhibited cool behavior yesterday when they decided to mock a teen on Twitter: 16-year-old Greta Thunberg, who set sail from Plymouth, U.K., on a two-week, carbon-neutral sailing voyage to attend climate talks in New York and Chile. Thunberg is a Swedish activist with Asperger syndrome who began striking from school to bring awareness to climate change in May 2018, and has since become a leader of the youth-driven international climate movement.

The Cut

Tags: Activism, Attack, Backlash, Children, Environment, Protest, Social Media, World, Youth

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15-Aug-2019


Playing video games does not make you a mass shooter, expert says 
 

During a speech on Monday addressing the recent mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio, President Trump call for an end to — or substantial reduction of — the "glorification" of violence in "gruesome and grisly" video game culture. While some are quick to blame video games for real-life acts of violence, experts say there is no such link.

"When it comes to actual serious criminal violence, there's virtually no evidence that video games matter," James Ivory, professor and research director at Virginia Tech, told CBS News.

Ivory has researched the social and psychological dimensions of media, particularly the content and effects of video games. He says he's determined that a lot of things influence violent crime — but the media we consume is not one of them.

CBS News

Tags: Americans, Development, Environment, Guns, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Perception, Safety, Study, Violence, Youth

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06-Aug-2019


‘Parenting expert’ says grandparents should ask their grandchildren for consent before hugging them 

 

Parenting expert Jane Evans says that grandparents should receive verbal consent from their grandchildren before giving physical affection, such as hugging or kissing.

Evans made the remarks during Wednesday's broadcast of British daytime show "This Morning."

What are the details?

Evans, who appeared on the show to speak with hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes, said that grandparents asking consent to show physical affection can only benefit young children, encouraging them to "take control of their own bodies from a young age."

The Blaze

Tags: Children, Choices, Development, Environment, Etiquette, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Interference, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Parental Crime, Seniors, Superiority, Treatment, Weird, Youth

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31-Jul-2019


Michelle Obama's advice to 1st-gen college students: 'You are faster, quicker, smarter, sharper' 

 

Former first lady Michelle Obama has a message for students who are the first in their family to attend college.

"It’s going to be okay as long as you don’t quit," Obama told students Wednesday at her annual #BeatingtheOdds Summit for first-generation college students. "There are lesser people than you who have gone further."

Obama described being at "probably every powerful table there is to be at."

"Let me tell you," she told the students, "they’re not smarter than you. I’ve met these people."

Good Morning America

Tags: Activism, Advice, All Rights, Celebrity, Choices, Dedication, Education, Guidance, Inclusion, Leaders, Mental Health, Speech, Support, Youth

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25-Jul-2019


My Steamy Online Chat Partner Turned Out to Be a 16-Year-old Girl 

 

Dear How to Do It,

An occasional time-waster of mine is to go into random text-only chat rooms and spin a fantasy for a willing woman. It’s fun and creative and everyone has a low-commitment good time (I hope). Recently, someone online asked if I would do a “losing her virginity” scene with her. I said sure, and I took her through a very sweet and consent-filled fantasy where she got to direct the action and feel like a star. At the end of it, she confided in me that she is actually 16 and really a virgin and also, would I want to meet up to do this for real? I of course said that I didn’t think this was a great idea but that she would make a great partner for someone someday. (I am well over 16.) But now I’m conflicted and totally gun-shy about going back online. I know, of course, that whoever is on the other side of the chat could be a boy/girl or a nonbinary/furry person of any age or orientation, but this definitely made me uneasy. Did I do a wrong thing? Is there a better way to proceed? Or should I just be happy she had a nice experience in her own home with a faraway guy who hopefully gave her a template for how it could go when she finally finds herself ready to have sex?

Slate

Tags: Advice, Parental Crime, Sex, Social Media, Unruly Child, Youth

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19-Jul-2019


Florida will require mental health education for students in sixth grade and above 

 

Florida will become the third state in the US to require students to learn more about mental health, behind Virginia and New York.

The Florida State Board of Education voted on Wednesday to require public schools to provide students in grades six and above a minimum of five hours of mental health education annually.

The announcement comes as studies reveal more about how screen time and social media impacts teenagers mentally.

According to the department's press release, the curriculum will include: awareness of signs and symptoms, the process for getting or seeking help for themselves or others, awareness of resources and what to do or say to peers struggling with mental health disorders.

CNN

Tags: Action, Education, Investment, Mental Health, Policy, Saving The Environment!, Youth

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18-Jul-2019


Teens are increasingly depressed, anxious, and suicidal. How can we help? 

 

Suicide rates lately have been increasing in all age groups in America, in almost every state. But the epidemic of youth suicide is particularly stymying, even for experts who study it.

There are plenty of hypotheses about what’s driving it floating around. They include the changing way teens interact with each other in digital spaces, economic stress and fallout from the 2008 recession, increasing social isolation, suicide contagion, and the fact that teens can more easily look up suicide methods online.

Two other enormous public health issues of our time are at play too. Children of opioid users appear to be more at risk for suicide. Same goes for young people who live in a house with a gun.

But the bottom line is that no one really knows why. That doesn’t mean more suicides can’t be prevented, however.

Vox

Tags: Anxiety, Drugs, Environment, Guns, Keep Abortion Legal, Parental Burden, Psychology, Responsibility, Social Media, Study, Suicide, Treatment, Warning, Youth

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12-Jul-2019


Ariana Grande’s ‘Sweetener’ tour drives more than ticket sales as fans register to vote in record numbers 

 

Ariana Grande’s “Sweetener” tour, which began in March, is already breaking records — at least for registering new voters ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Grande announced she would be partnering with non-profit voter registration group HeadCount in March via Instagram, telling fans to “use your voice and get your ‘thank u, next gen’ sticker.”

CNBC

Tags: Activism, Celebrity, Choices, Concert, Entertainment, Environment, Fighting Back, Interest, Music, Politics, Representation, Stepping Up, Voting, Youth

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01-Jul-2019


This Is The Struggle Of A Teen With Mental Health Challenges 

 

It’s hard AF being a parent. And the guilt. THE GUILT. Everything your child does feels like a direct reflection of your parenting. And those around you — including strangers — are sure to remind you of that. So when my now 15-year-old son was diagnosed with OCD at the age of 12, the heaviness of a hundred elephants felt like they were making a resting nest on my heart.

Fuck. I gave my son my OCD.

Scary Mommy

Tags: All Rights, Anxiety, Awareness, Disease, Environment, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Portrait, Regiment, Treatment, Youth

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22-Jun-2019


Can I Use a Sick Day as a ‘Mental Health Day’? 

 

Rosenblatt is director of communications for Accessibility Partners, a small IT consulting firm. The company is so small that it doesn’t fall under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and it doesn’t have to follow the same federal rules with sick leave that large companies do.

However, her boss has been accommodating, allowing her time to attend therapy and psychiatric appointments, to deal with medication changes and even time in inpatient treatment.

That kind of treatment toward mental health might seem rare, but there’s evidence that it’s less taboo than it used to be.

The World Health Organization recently classified burnout as a diagnosable health condition.

According to an Australian study, one-third of workers have “faked an illness” to use a sick day for their mental health.

But 26 percent of employers have fired a worker for using a sick day for what they see as a “personal day.”

So deciding to take your sick day as a mental health day can be a tricky decision, especially if you’re worried your employer won’t see it as legitimate.

Mental health is a disability
Here’s the thing. Changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 2008 expanded the definition of disability. This means that mental disorders like depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety and schizophrenia are protected.

So, if you’ve got a diagnosed mental disorder like about 44 million American adults, almost one in five people, you can’t be fired for asking for accommodations, such as the occasional mental health day.

Rewire

9 Surprising Changes That Occur In The Body When You Get Rejected

Hundreds weigh in on Chicago’s mental health crisis as city task force examines solutions

More Millennials Are Dying 'Deaths of Despair,' as Overdose and Suicide Rates Climb

Tags: All Rights, Brain, Business, Death, Drugs, Employment, Health, Mental Health, Overdose, Policy, Protections, Representation, Science, Sick Day, Study, Suicide, Support, Youth

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14-Jun-2019


Tips For Keeping A Positive Mindset 

 

Mental health should be a major priority for everyone, is it deals with our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Mental health impacts our day to day life by affecting how we think, feel, and interact. It can change the ways that we deal with stress, relate with others, and make decisions.

Unfortunately, mental health is something that can be affected negatively by a number of things including mental illnesses and disorders. Mental disorders like anxiety and depression are somewhat common. In fact, more than half of all Americans will be diagnosed with some type of mental disorder at some point in their life.

Tips To Help Improve Positivity

Positive Thinking

One of the best ways to remain positive is just to emphasize postive thinking. It should be noted that positive thinking doesn’t mean ignoring problems when they occur or looking at the world when blinders on. It simply means that you should approach difficult or unpleasant situations in a positive and productive way in which you look to remain happy and find solutions when you feel they are needed.

Thrive Global

Chester Bennington’s widow Talinda calls on fans to share videos spreading message on being open about mental health

Should parents tell kids about their addictions or mental health issues? Here's what experts think

My partner was recently diagnosed with bipolar disorder. How can I be supportive of them without getting sucked into their lows?

What Is Self-Distancing? This Practice Can Help Your Mental Health & Relationships

Tags: Advice, Awareness, Celebrity, Children, Death, Environment, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Options, Parenting, Psychology, Relationships, Responsibility, Saving The Environment!, Suicide, Support, Treatment, Video, Youth

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13-Jun-2019


Kids and teens are experiencing such severe side effects from weight loss and sexual function pills, they're ending up in the hospital 

 

Supplements send an estimated 23,000 people to the hospital each year in the United States, and a new study suggests children and young adults comprise a significant number of these visits. Even more alarming, supplements for weight loss, muscle gain, and sexual function were some of the biggest culprits for adolescent supplement-related hospitalizations, according to a new retrospective study in Journal of Adolescent Health.

Researchers looked at adverse event reports in a Food & Drug Administration (FDA) database that were filed between January 2005 and April 2005 and found 1,392 adverse event reports related to supplement use in young people (from babies to 25 year-olds).

The researchers zeroed in on 977 reports where a single supplement was deemed responsible for causing a person's hospital visit.

Business Insider

Tags: Abuse, Chemicals, Children, Choices, Damage, Drugs, FDA, Health, Medical, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Safety, Vitamins, Youth

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11-Jun-2019




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