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Impact of Parent's Military Service on Children: Implications for Education Professionals Thursday, April 26 from 2-3 p.m. ET Presented by Kathy Broniarczyk, M.Ed. Senior Director for Outreach and Operations for the Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University Join...

source: ASHA

A sharp spike in vaping and the use of e-cigarettes by students has grabbed the attention of the US Food and Drug Administration. The rapid spread of the fad was flagged in a 2016 report from the U.S. surgeon general. It cited a 900 percent increase in e-cigarette use by...

source: CNN

Digital health technology isn't just for grown-ups. New tools can help connect children with the private and personalized resources they need to better understand their mental health and keep it in check. For one school district,...

source: EdTech Magazine

Although most concussions in pediatric patients older than 6 years of age were sports related, investigators found about one-third of concussions were sustained through non-sport activities. "While concussions in sports are common...

source: Healio

Last fall, a national problem arrived in Superintendent Richard Scaletta's corner of rural northwestern Pennsylvania. Principals in the General McLane School District began reporting unprecedented levels of misbehavior: students in frequent and severe distress, sometimes...

source: District Administration Magazine

A new blueprint for fighting opioid addiction from Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., focuses in part on preventing addiction in young people and helping children recover from opioid-related trauma. ...

source: Education Week


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