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Teenagers lose fingers in tug-of-war accident

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Two teenagers whose fingers and a thumb were cut off in a game of tug-of-war at a school... 


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Teenagers who 'want to be famous' face poorer job prospects in later life

Teenagers who 'want to be famous' face poorer job prospects in later life | collectors pay millions for art's hot property | Scoop.it
(PhysOrg.com) -- Teenagers who have unclear career aspirations, or whose ambitions are mismatched with their educational expectations spend more time in unemployment as adults and achieve lower wages according to a new University of Sussex-led study.

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She Followed Her Dream To Italy -- Now Hundreds Of Others Are Right Behind Her...Riding Scooters

She Followed Her Dream To Italy -- Now Hundreds Of Others Are Right Behind Her...Riding Scooters | collectors pay millions for art's hot property | Scoop.it

Annie had been to Italy before moving to New York, and felt as if she’d found her home there. While she’d grown up in Minnesota, she had Italian roots, and they seemed to call to her from the first moment she landed in Milan. Practicality and a fashion degree had brought her to New York. But her desire to live life to its fullest would guide her on an unexpected journey -- one that would ultimately lure hundreds of others to follow her. [...]


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Collectors pay billions for art’s hot property

Collectors pay billions for art’s hot property | collectors pay millions for art's hot property | Scoop.it
Last week’s New York auctions saw a frenzy of bidding that smashed records. But how do the works of some artists come to attract these astronomical prices?
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5 Reasons Teenagers Act the Way They Do

5 Reasons Teenagers Act the Way They Do | collectors pay millions for art's hot property | Scoop.it

For everyone who is or was a teen, here are some scientific explanations for why they behave that way.

 

"...All teenagers take stupid risks that they one day look back on and wonder what the heck they were thinking. But studies have found it is not because teens aren’t thinking about the risks involved—it’s because they think about them longer than adults..."


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Teenagers & Smartphones: How They're Already Changing The World

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The rapid embrace of smartphones by teenagers will likely have significant and lasting repercussions for the web, the browser, the PC - and all that these touch.

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Teenagers seem to be shaping the future with their staggering adoption of smartphones that is expected to have a growing impact on shopping, work, entertainment and more!

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She Followed Her Dream To Italy -- Now Hundreds Of Others Are Right Behind Her...Riding Scooters

She Followed Her Dream To Italy -- Now Hundreds Of Others Are Right Behind Her...Riding Scooters | collectors pay millions for art's hot property | Scoop.it

Annie had been to Italy before moving to New York, and felt as if she’d found her home there. While she’d grown up in Minnesota, she had Italian roots, and they seemed to call to her from the first moment she landed in Milan. Practicality and a fashion degree had brought her to New York. But her desire to live life to its fullest would guide her on an unexpected journey -- one that would ultimately lure hundreds of others to follow her. [...]


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