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Headphones and Hearing Loss: Is Loud Music Making Teens Deaf?

A new study finds that nearly 30 percent of teenagers had a condition called tinnitus, a ringing or buzzing in the ears. “It’s a growing...
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Watch Teen Kids Full Episode | January 19 th – January26 th , 2018

A BLOCK: They’re an incredibly popular boy band that’s breaking language barriers around the world - BTS. And Teen Kids News got an exclusive back...
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How to Become a Pro Skater

It’s very important to define and understand what it means to be a pro skateboarder from the very beginning. With so many associations trying...
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Grand Central Terminal: An American Icon

Grand Central Terminal, the country’s most recognizable transportation hub, opened its doors to the public after 10 years of construction and at a cost of...
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Leadership lessons from Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. epitomized the qualities of leadership and self-sacrifice. His actions made him one of the great leaders of the 20th...
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The Woolworth Sit-In That Launched a Movement

On Feb. 1, 1960, four students from all-black North Carolina Agricultural and Technical College walked into a Woolworth five-and-dime with the intention of ordering...
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Why Young People Don’t Get Tested for HIV

Although HIV rates are declining among youth, they are still one of the most vulnerable groups at risk of infection. The U.S. Centers for...
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Can you do the Heimlich maneuver on someone who is unconscious?

ACEP recommends that the Heimlich Maneuver be employed only when a person is choking and his or her life is endangered by a windpipe...
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Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | January 12th – January 19th, 2018

A BLOCK: Few words strike more fear into the hearts of students than the word: “test!”  Some of us take it as a challenge...
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How to Identify and Cope With Cyber Bullying

Cyber bullying can seem like a never ending torment, especially when there are many people involved. But there are steps you can take, and...