My definition of phone-a-holic is a teenager who treats their cell phone as if it were the most important thing in the world and is on it constantly, also someone who always has their phone in their hands or on their lap.
By: Media Arts Center San Diego A young man who struggled with a gambling addiction tells his story; starting out…
I understood why they didn’t want me talking to him. It was partly to protect me, so I wouldn’t have to have those unpleasant conversations; but mostly it was for him, to give him a reason to get clean.
Most teens can’t remember a time without smartphones. But I can, because I just got my first phone last week, a red Nexus 5. Now that I have one, I still can’t see what all the hype is about.
Xanax is a popular drug on my campus. It’s meant to reduce activity of the central nervous system and medicate anxiety. But it’s often taken recreationally.
Kids say one thing making it hard for schools to crack down on e-cigarettes — is that they’re easy to hide. Twelve-year-olds Jennifer Shape explains, “Sometimes I hear that some of my friends do it their classroom when the teacher is not looking.”
Residents, youth and experts speak on the disparity of underage drinking in Del Norte County and Adjacent Tribal Lands.
When I interviewed my father, Jose Escobar, for this story, we were just seconds into the conversation when his cell phone vibrated with a message. So does he think he’s addicted?, I asked.
A can of regular Coke contains 55 grams of salt which is approximately 11 teaspoons, enough salt to season a whole pizza.