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Student Health

Read: Texas A&M to Train All Health Science Students Opioid Overdose Reversal

Texas A&M to Train All Health Science Students Opioid Overdose Reversal

Texas A&M will be the first health science center in the nation to train every health professions students how to administer opioid reversal.

Read: Study: ADHD Diagnosis More Likely for Youngest Kids in Class

Study: ADHD Diagnosis More Likely for Youngest Kids in Class

New research suggests younger kids in a classroom are 30 percent more likely to receive an ADHD diagnosis.

Read: Orange County Schools Increase Random Security Screening

Orange County Schools Increase Random Security Screening

Students could be seeing more random metal detector screenings and bag checks.

Read: No. California Schools Close Due to Smoke in the Air from Camp Fire

No. California Schools Close Due to Smoke in the Air from Camp Fire

The air quality in the Bay Area has been deemed unhealthy from smoke and the majority of schools have closed until it is safe for students.

Read: 10 Things Parents Can Do To Make Halloween Safer For Their Kids

10 Things Parents Can Do To Make Halloween Safer For Their Kids

Halloween can be a scary time, especially for parents with young kids. Here are some tips to keep your children safe this year.

Read: Telemedicine: A Prescription for Campus Mental Health Services?

Telemedicine: A Prescription for Campus Mental Health Services?

Treatments provided over the Internet could be the solution to meeting the increased need for mental health services on college campuses.

Read: How this Colorado School District Plans to Beat Bullying

How this Colorado School District Plans to Beat Bullying

Poudre School District is seeking a state-funded grant of $400,000 each year for three years to combat its bullying problem.

Read: Study: Thousands of U.S. Kids Not Vaccinated

Study: Thousands of U.S. Kids Not Vaccinated

The rate of young children not receiving vaccinations has increased for the third year in a row.

Read: Research Shows Progress for LGBTQ Students Has Slowed

Research Shows Progress for LGBTQ Students Has Slowed

For the first time in a decade, school climates for LGBTQ students are getting worse which negatively impacts student’s mental health and their education.

Read: EpiPen Shortage in America Keeping Kids Out of School

EpiPen Shortage in America Keeping Kids Out of School

Many schools require students with allergies to have an EpiPen on school grounds at all times.

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