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Screen time: Conclusions about the effects of digital media are often incomplete, irrelevant or wrong

Has the power of media over modern life been overstated? Probably not, but no one knows, because there is a severe lack of knowledge about what people are actually seeing and doing on their screens.

Black kids and suicide: Why are rates so high, and so ignored?

Black children age 5–11 had the highest rate of death by suicide in 2016 and 2018.

Trump's School-Lunch Rules: Fewer Fruits, Veggies, More Burgers, Fries

The proposal, which would reverse rules advocated by Michelle Obama, would reduce food waste and allow for more "appetizing" meals, the USDA says.

Why Teen Depression Rates Are Rising Faster for Girls Than Boys

Both have experienced more depression, self-harm and suicide at the same time their use of smartphones and social media has increased. But it's worse in girls. Why?

Rocky, The Musical Coming to Philly

A musical based on the iconic movie is coming home as an adaption tailored for a Philadelphia audience.

This Year's Flu Hits Kids Hardest

Type B flu is more common among children and is the dominant strain for the first time in nearly 30 years. Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware have all reported cases.

Why hip-hop belongs in today's classrooms

As America's most popular genre of music, hip-hop is being used by teachers to teach everything from math to Shakespeare.

Camp, From Next Door to Across the Globe

Summer camps range from just down the road for a few hours a day to international travel for weeks at a time.
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