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Weekly News Roundup, February 26-March 3

Top issues making news this week include: Brain cancer concerns among teens and young adults, the majority of young men not knowing about emergency contraception, pricier football helmets found to offer no extra protection, San Francisco raises smoking age to 21, and a new vaginal ring for HIV protection. 
Posted: 3/4/2016 9:41:54 AM by Monica Chase | with 0 comments


Weekly News Roundup, January 29 - February 4

Top issues making news this week include: SAHM's position paper on emergency contraception in developing countries, breakthrough findings on the cause of schizophrenia, an increase in teen fiber intake found to lower breast cancer risk, depressed teens not getting needed treatment, and the newly released 2016 immunization schedules. 
Posted: 2/4/2016 9:41:54 AM by Monica Chase | with 0 comments


Weekly News Roundup, July 24–30

Top issues making news this week include: new smoking and drinking trends, use of social media to control asthma, genes influencing academic abilities, medical marijuana, transgender youth, fertility awareness for cancer patients, self harm in schools, cuts in UK mental health services, and the White House's updated national HIV/AIDS strategy.
Posted: 7/31/2015 8:58:11 AM by Monica Chase | with 0 comments


Weekly News Roundup, September 12–18

Top issues making news this week include: HPV vaccination knowledge and uptake, bullying, the use of Botox by young adults, the long-term impact of mentoring, pediatricians not talking to teens about sex, male access to emergency contraception, sexual minority youth, marijuana use, ADHD, the impact of poverty on obesity, emergency room visits, and body image issues in young females.
Posted: 9/18/2014 6:50:18 PM by Chelsea Kolff | with 0 comments


Weekly News Roundup, June 27–July 3

Top issues making news this week include: youth-targeted abortion laws, school function in kids with migraine, sexting, adolesents with ADHD, the impact of school sports on mental health, dating violence, binge drinking, sex education, leading causes of death for young Americans, and emergency contraception.
Posted: 7/3/2014 9:41:54 AM by Chelsea Kolff | with 0 comments


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