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Before the Pilgrims, first Thanksgiving celebrated in St. Augustine

It’s that time of year when children make cardboard turkeys and draw the Mayflower, while we prepare to fill our tables with stuffing and...

Tips for Surviving the Holidays in Eating Disorder Recovery

The holidays can be a time of increased stress for many. For those in recovery from an eating disorder, the holidays can be a time of increased anxiety,...

Never heard of third-hand smoke? Drexel researchers show why you should care

Dodging the clouds of toxic cigarette smoke along city streets and at building entrances has become the norm for those wanting to avoid the...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | November 22th – November 29nd, 2019

A BLOCK: Many kids want to give back to their community.   Others want to start their own business.  In part one of our top...

8 Things you Didn’t Know about Speed Skating

Early days Like cycling, running and equestrianism, ice skating began as a mode of transport. In the Netherlands and other northern European countries, the canals...

What It’s Like to Work for Doctors Without Borders

Dr. Craig Spencer is the director of Global Health in Emergency Medicine at New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center and a physician for Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF),...

How to Say “No” to Drinking and Drugs

Teen Vogue - Opportunities to drink and use drugs can increase over winter break, since there’s more free time to chill and less structure to...

Lessons in great relationships from a string quartet

America’s Emerson String Quartet has been active for 43 years. Three quarters of the group, violinists Eugene Drucker and Philip Setzer and violist Lawrence...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | November 15th – November 22nd, 2019

A BLOCK: Ava introduces us to two teens that dealt with adversity by moving into action, literally. They started an organization that’s all about movement to...

How Native American tribes are bringing back the bison from brink of extinction

The Guardian - On 5,000 hectares of unploughed prairie in north-eastern Montana, hundreds of wild bison roam once again. But this herd is not...