Tag Archives: Teenagers

Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore

Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore

Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore Teenager’s Snow Cave Enters Canadian Survival Lore It was there, he said, that he came up with the idea of building a snow cave, which he constructed using a snow shovel to dig a hole in the ground about seven-feet deep, more than three-feet wide and about seven feet in length. He used …

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How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood

How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood

How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood How Teenagers Use Free Time Affects Mood That said, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. While pleasant distractions provide valuable mental and physiological breaks from stressful conditions, “my hesitation with recommending distraction,” Dr. Zoccola said, “is that while it can get people out of the moment, if it goes …

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Teenagers in Turmoil

Teenagers in Turmoil

Teenagers in Turmoil Teenagers in Turmoil Whether undead, unloved or unjustly incarcerated, these star-crossed young-adult protagonists face their demons. Source link

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Dear Teenagers, Here’s How to Protect Your Emotional Well-Being

Dear Teenagers, Here’s How to Protect Your Emotional Well-Being

Dear Teenagers, Here’s How to Protect Your Emotional Well-Being Dear Teenagers, Here’s How to Protect Your Emotional Well-Being Following my most recent column offering adults a 2020 back-to-school list for teens’ emotional well-being, several teenage commenters asked that I address them in the same way that I address their parents: “as intelligent people who have the tools to support themselves …

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1,100-Year-Old Treasure Is Unearthed by Teenagers in Israel

1,100-Year-Old Treasure Is Unearthed by Teenagers in Israel

1,100-Year-Old Treasure Is Unearthed by Teenagers in Israel 1,100-Year-Old Treasure Is Unearthed by Teenagers in Israel The treasure needed to be secured. So the hoard of 425 gold coins was stowed in a clay jar, its lid secured with a nail, and stashed in the sands of what is now central Israel. It then sat undisturbed for more than 1,100 …

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Bright Outdoor Lights Tied to Less Sleep, More Anxiety in Teenagers

Bright Outdoor Lights Tied to Less Sleep, More Anxiety in Teenagers

Bright Outdoor Lights Tied to Less Sleep, More Anxiety in Teenagers Bright Outdoor Lights Tied to Less Sleep, More Anxiety in Teenagers Artificial outdoor light at night may disrupt adolescents’ sleep and raise the risk for psychiatric disorders, a new study suggests. Researchers tracked the intensity of outdoor light in representative urban and rural areas across the country using satellite …

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Watching the Pandemic Steal Intimate Moments From Teenagers

Watching the Pandemic Steal Intimate Moments From Teenagers

Watching the Pandemic Steal Intimate Moments From Teenagers Watching the Pandemic Steal Intimate Moments From Teenagers On a day when my 17-year-old son can’t seem to summon the strength to wake up, I worry he’s coming down with the coronavirus or that he’s slipped into a deep depression. But he tells me that his partner, who is 19 and uses …

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Seeing Abortion Laws From a Teenager’s Point of View

Seeing Abortion Laws From a Teenager’s Point of View

Before writing her new movie, “Never Rarely Sometimes Always,” about the odyssey of a 17-year-old girl in present-day Pennsylvania seeking a legal abortion, the director Eliza Hittman embarked on a journey of her own. Hittman makes movies of quietly operatic intensity about vulnerable characters in unremarkable places. To find their narratives, she begins in the field, exploring prospective locations like …

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