Vaping teens are twice as likely to feel depressed and 53% of teachers report vaping teens struggle to stay motivated.
There has been a significant increase in emergency department visits by children and youth experiencing mental and behavioral health emergencies.
A new report estimates 4.5% of all adults over 18 vape but the rate more than doubles to 11% for those 18-24.
A new report examined persistence and retention rates for first-time college students to help institutions understand trends and disparities in this early success indicator.
Additionally, the global average cost of a data breach reached $4.45 million — a 15% increase over the last three years.
While 42% of college students needed help for emotional or mental health problems in the last year, over 60% noted they’ve never received counseling or therapy.
This month’s edition is about age discrimination in the workplace, the recent drop in the U.S. murder rate, extreme heat, and more.
The rate of U.S. children diagnosed with any developmental disability rose from 7.4% in 2019 to 8.56% in 2021.
Adroit Market Research projects a 8.5% compound annual growth rate for the access control market from $10B to $15B from 2023 to 2029.
Mental health care provider and school counselor shortages are significantly impacting children as they struggle with their mental health at alarming rates.