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We’ve come a long way since the first National Recovery Month in 1989. A lot has changed. The way we view and treat addiction, the way we view and treat mental and behavioral health disorders, and the way we, as a society talk about both addiction and mental health disorders. If we go back thirty […] Read More
The electronic age is here. Almost everyone has a cellphone with them 24/7, and computers are everywhere. You’re most likely reading this article on a computer or smart phone right now. Screen time is a reality for almost all of us: many adults sit in front of a computer screen for a majority of their […] Read More
September is National Suicide Prevention Month in the U.S. In honor of this month, we’ll share resources and highlight ways that everyone can make a difference in the life of a teen or adult who may be at risk of suicide. In this post, we’ll offer data on trends in suicidal ideation and suicide attempts among […] Read More
Each year, the analysts at WalletHub apply their considerable analytical skills to rank the Best and Worst States for Teachers in the U.S. To determine their rankings, the WalletHub number crunchers look at 22 criteria (including average teacher salary, average teacher/student ratio, average work hours per week per teacher and everything in between) across two primary […] Read More
If you’ve ever watched a youth sports game, you’ll inevitably see some athletes playing more aggressively than others. Certain teens will push, roughhouse, and be overly hostile to their opponents, even going above and beyond the instrumental aggression necessary to win. Two Types of Aggression Researchers identify two types of aggression related to sports: instrumental […] Read More