The findings of the Youth Tobacco Survey indicate positive developments.
Middle and high school students had mixed results. Nov. 22, 2023, News Staff— New research indicated that high-schoolers are using less e-cigarettes but middle-schoolers are using more tobacco products. The authors urged for continued health care interventions and other activities.
Elf The Musical JR coming to the Cultural Arts Center of the High Desert December 1st
VICTORVILLE – Victorville residents will embrace their inner “elf” when Phil 413 Productions students present their production of Elf The Musical JR., December 1st – 3rd at the Cultural Arts Center of the High Desert.
Man claims that his "youthful" plasma caused his 71-year-old father to age in reverse
The Daily Dot reports that multimillionaire tech owner Bryan Johnson is making waves for his recent comments on social media. Johnson's post on X announced that his 71-year-old father received 1 L of his plasma. After receiving the plasma, Johnson claimed that his father was aging at the rate of a 46-year-old. Johnson is 46 years old himself.
The Zone able to focus on more programming thanks to United Way funding
NOFOLK - Since 2012, the Zone Afterschool Program has been operating as a nonprofit organization and offering youth in Norfolk a safe place to go after school. Advocate Alexis Huisman says they offering various activities and homework help for 7th through 12th grade students along with opportunities to socialize and grab a snack.
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15 Worst Mistakes People in Their 20s Make
It's no secret being in your 20s is a tumultuous time of trial and error. People who've made it out the other side took to the internet to share the worst mistakes people in their 20s make without even realizing it.
Douglas Mayor’s Youth Council Recognizes Outstanding Members and Community Leader
On October 17, 2023, the Douglas Mayor’s Youth Council (DMYC) met in the Commission Chambers at City Hall for its regular meeting. Jr. Commissioner Zipporiah Wilcox was recognized as the Outstanding Jr. Commissioner and Ms. Trina Goolsby was recognized as the Outstanding Community Leader for the month of October. Ms. Terry Cook and Mayor Paulk were the special speakers for the meeting.
CDC Study Reveals Shifts in Youth Tobacco Use, Highlights Concerns and Progress
A recent study conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sheds light on the changing landscape of youth tobacco use in 2022-2023. The study indicates both encouraging trends and areas of concern among middle and high school students, emphasizing the persistent threat of e-cigarette use and the need for ongoing preventive efforts.
Denver eyes $1.26 million contract to support homeless youth
The Denver City Council will consider Monday awarding a $1.26 million contract to "TGTHR," an organization dedicated to ending youth homelessness. The money would be used to deliver support services for 15 years to a 58-unit homeless youth housing project planned for 2700 Wewatta St. The city loaned Pennrose Holdings LLC $3 million toward the $28 million construction cost of the building, which comes to $443,000 per unit. The loan is forgivable after 60 years so long as certain conditions are met.
Protecting LGBTQ Youth: Death Threat to a Support Hotline
The Threat to LGBTQ Youth Support Hotline in California. In response to the parental notification policy passed by Chino Hills Unified, which many feared would endanger LGBTQ students, supporters set up a hotline for kids. The hotline aimed to provide support and resources to LGBTQ youth who may face discrimination or harassment as a result of the policy. However, not long after its establishment, the hotline received a death threat. This threat not only put the safety of the hotline's users at risk but also highlighted the continued discrimination and hostility faced by LGBTQ individuals in California and beyond.
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Empowering Youth and Building Communities: Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT)
In the ongoing effort to foster safer communities and empower the youth, the Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program emerges as a beacon of hope. Tailored for seventh and eighth-grade students, GREAT is a comprehensive initiative designed not only to reduce gang activity but also to impart essential life skills and values. Let's delve into the core features of this program, the impact it aims to make, and how interested individuals can get involved.
Youth living at Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall overdoses twice on fentanyl, as investigators working to get lethal drugs out of Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall are relieved of duty
Last Wednesday, October 18, a kid in residence at Los Angeles County Probation’s Los Padrinos Juvenile Hall overdosed on fentanyl. The young man didn’t overdose on the synthetic opioid at Los Padrinos. Instead, he took the drug while he was in a holding tank for a local court, waiting to go before a judge. Fortunately, an LA County Sheriff’s deputy who was observing the young man from outside the holding room, saw the kid’s distress and was able to administer Narcan.
Noah Ney, the Baby-Faced Shooter, Gets Prison Term for Shooting 5-Year-Old in Gang Initiation
In a shocking case that sent shockwaves through Tulsa, Oklahoma, a 16-year-old, baby-faced criminal, Noah Ney, has been sentenced to 50 years in prison. Ney's heinous crime involved shooting a five-year-old girl in the neck, a horrific act that was part of his initiation into the notorious Hoover Crips gang, known for terrorizing the city.
Washington States New Youth Homelessness "Lifeline" Services Are Lagging Behind Other States
**The use of AI and personal experience aids this article.**. It cannot be stated enough the importance of early intervention, especially when it comes to assisting homeless youth through the Lifeline service. Promptly providing assistance to these vulnerable individuals is pivotal in preventing further hardships and challenges in their lives.
Denver RTD’s Zero Fares for Youth could go statewide; police force wants booking powers
A plan to make a program like Denver RTD’s Zero Fares for Youth statewide could be in the works. RTD CEO Debra Johnston told the Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of the Denver City Council Tuesday that they have spoken with state legislative offices about creating a statewide program that would be subsidized. The legislative offices want Denver to collect meticulous data on its pilot program which began in September.
Sweeping Changes Come to TJI Friday’s
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Report Highlights Long-Term Mental Health Effects of Climate Change on Youth
A recent report from the American Psychological Association, in collaboration with ecoAmerica, sheds light on the significant influence of climate change on the mental health of young people. The report discusses how environmental events linked to climate change, such as extreme weather disasters, increased heat, and poor air quality, can trigger or worsen mental health issues in children and teenagers.
CDC Reports 220,000 Children and Adolescents Diagnosed with Arthritis in the US
Arthritis is often associated with older adults, but it can affect people of any age, including children and adolescents. According to a recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 220,000 children and adolescents in the United States were diagnosed with arthritis between 2017 and 2021. This is a more precise estimate than previous reports, which placed the number of cases among those under 18 anywhere between 13,400 and 294,000.
Report Warns of Long-Term Mental Health Effects on Youth Due to Climate Change
Climate change is making a significant impact on the mental health of younger generations. As you may be aware, the American Psychological Association published a report highlighting how climate-related events like natural disasters, extreme heat, and poor air quality can trigger or worsen mental health issues for children and teenagers. These environmental events not only have short-term effects on young people, but also contribute to the development of long-term mental health problems, with increased risks of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, aggression, cognitive impairment, and more.