Expressing informed negative consequences of drinking makes a positive difference.
Americans have a special place in their heart for sugar, but sugar — as sweet as it may seem — is poisoning our bodies.
The real source of the obesity epidemic falls not in the gym nor on the track, but in the kitchen. Or, more likely, the grocery store.
While other kids were getting summer jobs or goofing off, Annika Ariel spent much of her summer at a prestigious performing arts camp in rural Michigan called Interlochen.
My daughter is heading off to college. She has a history of drinking, and I’m worried.
With persuasion befitting his stature as one of the nation’s top high school debaters, the 17-year-old St. Vincent de Paul senior makes a strong case that he and his fellow orators are intellectual rabble-rousers, their studious approach to life no doubt “cool.”
We’re not that surprised to find out Dad is gay and we can accept that. However, we’re uncomfortable staying in a one-bedroom apartment along with his partner when we don’t even know what the sleeping arrangements will be.
It may be summer break, but Lakeport teen Nathan Barnett is working as hard as ever, pedaling as fast as he can toward his goal of racing bicycles professionally.
I work full time and live on my own while attending community college. A close friend is constantly leaning on me for emotional support around guys, school, body image, etc. I like her, but she is often depressed and can be exhausting. She’s collecting unemployment, which isn’t much, and now she wants to borrow money.
Fifteen-year-old Ellie Petty is the youth member of the Rwanda School Project board of directors, which helps raise funds for and operates a school for children in the poor east African country.