Baristanet Teens need to start school later CNN (CNN) -- The American Academy of Pediatrics' new recommendation to start middle and high schools no earlier than 8:30 a.m. is a turning point in the decades-old battle to start school later.
USA TODAY Dove Awards nominees announced for best in gospel and Christian music The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com Hillsong United, Lecrae, Mandisa and Matt Maher lead the 45th annual Dove Awards nominations for artists with five apiece for gospel and...
Tech Times Houston mom created an app that prevents teens from ignoring calls Washington Post Tired of her kids ignoring her phone calls, this Texas mom taught herself how to develop an app and created “Ignore No More.” “We need to develop an app...
Well, I bet you didn’t see this coming: Nicki Minaj this week pulls ahead of Michael Jackson on Billboard's official tally of artists with the most Hot 100 hits. Minaj logs her 51st Hot 100 hit as her new “Anaconda” debuts at #19. Jackson has amassed 50 chart hits, from 1971's “Got To Be There” to two hits this year: “Slave To The Rhythm” and “Love Never Felt So Good,” a from-the-grave collabo with Justin Timberlake.
Births, job losses, divorces, raises, vacations, successes, photos, drawings, articles, failures, and music: Social networks are places we share our stories. Sometimes those stories are personal, sometimes they're informative, other times they're just stupid. Let's take a look at why we feel compelled to do it.
Awkward! The tough transition to middle school CNN READ: SOS for stressed out teens. Rebecca Levey, a New York mom of two whose daughters started middle school last year, said her biggest worry was social.
After analyzing 2000 stories on digital dilemmas posted anonymously by teens to the MTV website Over the Line, Harvard Graduate School researchers found that stresses teens encountered with texts, emails, and social media conversations usually fell into one of six categories such as cyber-bullying or feeling smothered by a constantly-texting friend. The study was published online earlier this week in the journal New Media & Society.