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To promote a healthier view of alcohol consumption, the US should follow Europe’s example of a younger drinking age. 

The US should lower the drinking age to 18

A proposed ballot initiative in California that would lower the state’s minimum drinking age to 18 has been cleared to collect signatures and could be voted on by April 2016.The initiative, like most...

Top trophy hunting countries in Africa based on proportion of hunters visiting. Regulating animal populations through trophy hunting is necessary for the well-being of human lives.

Kill or be Killed

Kill or be killed: that’s the reality for many families in villages in the African country of Botswana in the two years following the illegalization of trophy hunting.Animals such as lions and elephants...

Curbing addiction early

IGOR TABAKOV | MCT Campus April 7, 2015

Russia's government is doing little to educate it's citizens on the hazards of smoking even though an estimated 300,000 people die from smoking-related causes each year and the country is facing a population...

Albert Garcia still hears the voices and knows what its like to grapple with a crippling psychosis. But, at age 57, he has his disease under control, and he will be a key player - a peer support counselor - as four Minnesota counties roll out a new strategy to expand mental health care for adolescents, prevent psychiatric crises, and keep teens out of institutional care. The program, known as ACT, is widely used for adults in Minnesota and other states, but is now being expanded to teens at a time when the state faces severe shortages of psychiatric care for young adults. (Bruce Bisping/Minneapolis Star Tribune/MCT).

National program for mental health

Renee C. Byer November 14, 2014

Albert Garcia still hears the voices and knows what it's like to grapple with a crippling psychosis. But, at age 57, he has his disease under control, and he will be a key player - a "peer support'' counselor...

Overuse of cell phones and digital media can cause disconnection and strife between partners in a relationship.

Ask Abby

“My girlfriend is constantly on her phone. I know she isn't cheating or talking to someone else on her phone but it would be nice just to have some quality time without her being on her phone. What should...

Preparing for the worst

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter October 7, 2013
When dealing with an active shooter, individuals should know what to do and how to respond. Locator map of school shootings in the U.S. this year.
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