A BLOCK: Every year, about 5-thousand teens get cancer. No question – it’s
a bad disease. Fortunately, there are many ways to fight back. Some fight
cancer with surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. Others fight it by…swimming.
Ava explains in her report.
B BLOCK: There’s an old saying that “we are what we eat”. But Sebastian
tells us why we really are what we “think” as he explores the benefits of
positive thoughts. CC: HEALTH
C BLOCK: In “Make the Grade” Christin gives us tips about visiting colleges –
even if you’re still in middle school.
Katie is in the kitchen with a simple trick to solve one of the problems when
Let’s face it, most of us don’t get enough sleep. And while dozing off in class
may get you detention, if you get behind the wheel when you’re too tired the
consequences can be MUCH worse. That’s why the National Road Safety
Foundation sponsors this short video.
D BLOCK: Ask just about any teen “Where is Toledo?” and most will tell you
it’s in Ohio. But there’s also a much older city called Toledo. Nicole tells us
about its claim to fame in her report “The Reign in Spain.”
E BLOCK: The holiday season is officially underway, so we’ve got some gift
ideas for almost everyone on your list.
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