Daily Tip, Healthy Eating for Teens

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Today’s daily tip is for teens and healthy eating. Healthy eating is way for teens to balance out their food intake and at the same time keep their body strong and full of energy. This is basically how to take care of your body with healthy meals and some planning. The most important thing to […]

Teen Academic Answers

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The two most common issues with teen academics are helping and worrying about your child failing classes or what college your child is going to get into. It is simply divided into those two categories, worrying for a child and his poor academic achievements and finding a way to help him or worrying about your […]

Are Teenagers Safe?

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No matter what age we live in or what the year is parents are always concerned about their children’s safety. Unfortunately we live in an age where they really need to be concerned. Teen safety is a well known issue in the past few decades, but now more than ever. There is always the issue of school bullying, gang involvement, substance abuse and the biggest problem in the US, driving accidents. The biggest safety issue in the US currently is teen drivers, most of them are inexperienced and they cause the largest number of accidents and fatalities on the road. So the question is not are teenagers safe, the question is how can we make them safer?

Sad Truth about Teens with Learning Disability

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Learning disabilities are a big problem for our youth and not just for them, but also for the entire nation and our economy. Over 10 million teens have some form of learning disability, which is something that can develop into a bigger problem if not solved early. Plus, a learning disability does not only affects a teenager and his grades at school; it can also lead to an increasing number of substance abuse, criminal behavior, joblessness and several other society issues. In the end that costs money all of us, but we need to give money in order to save money and to help those children. An average education cost per year for a child with learning disability is $10,000. That is much smaller than what an adult with learning disability costs the state.