#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Why Did an Australian Doctor—Or Was It An Imposter—Try to Deny Harry and Meghan’s Trademark?

Meghan Markle has left the U.K. to start a new life in Canada, where she is also hoping to leave behind criticism from the tabloids and constricting royal rules. It’s not like Meghan needed another reason to dislike the country’s practices, but British copyright law might give her a new…

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#parents | #teensvaping | Olympia briefly | Marysville Globe

Vaping controls OLYMPIA – Legislation requested by the governor’s office and supported by Democratic senators aims to ban flavored nicotine vaping products and impose sweeping regulations on that industry. If passed, Senate Bill 6254 would limit the nicotine concentration of vape products, ban certain flavoring chemicals and require vape manufacturers,…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Seminar aims to keep kids safe on internet, social media

NEW HARTFORD — As part of their new Community Engagement Lecture Series, the American Martial Arts Institute on Seneca Turnpike hosted a seminar on keeping children safe on the internet Tuesday night. New Hartford Police Officer Annemarie Brelinsky spoke to about a dozen parents and guardians about the basics of…

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#parents | #teensvaping | Lawmakers aim to put sweeping regulations on vaping industry

OLYMPIA — Legislation requested by Gov. Jay Inslee’s office and supported by Democratic senators aims to ban flavored nicotine vaping products and impose sweeping regulations on the vaping industry. If passed, Senate Bill 6254 would limit the nicotine concentration of vape products, ban certain flavoring chemicals and require vape manufacturers,…

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#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Victims of cyberbullying report higher levels of depression, PTSD

Philip D. Harvey Adolescents who were cyberbullied experienced greater psychiatric symptom severity, including for depression and PTSD, according to results of a questionnaire-based study published in Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. “Cyberbullying is not uncommon but is much rarer than some previous studies reported,” Philip D. Harvey, PhD, of the department…

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#parents | #teensvaping | KidsMatter Marijuana/Vaping Educational Forum | Naperville NCTV17

Recently about 200 community members attended a marijuana and vaping educational forum at the Compass Church in Naperville. The educational event was hosted by KidsMatter, and focused on the risks associated with marijuana and vaping, particularly with teens and young adults. How Weed Can Affect The Brain Several panelists spoke…

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