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This super fun workout might help you fight off the living dead someday—and it will make your entire life easier now. Here’s why!

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Think ahead four years: Maybe you’ll be applying to college, or starting your first full-time job. What will the country look like then, and how will the president elected next month influence your rights and determine your opportunities in such a major life moment?

 

Meet Carter, 18, and Jaya, 17. Their passion for politics will help you realize your own power to shape the future—whether that’s urging others to vote or volunteering for a campaign!

Today alone, six teens will die from motor vehicle injuries. Here's why getting into the car with your friends is the biggest health hazard you'll ever face—and what you can do to stay safe.

 

Big-thrill activities like snowboarding and rock climbing are skyrocketing in popularity. Do these sports teach healthy risk-taking—or put precious futures in jeopardy?

You already know the basics—apples are better for you than doughnuts, and exercise is something you should do. But sometimes the right health choices aren’t as obvious. 

Picture it: A packed house for an early-season football game. Tyrell Cameron is 16, a linebacker and receiver for the Franklin Parish Patriots. Cody Seward, 17, plays linebacker for the Sterlington Panthers. With 9 minutes and 11 seconds left in the game, they collide.

While her friends were having their best summer ever, Miya, 16, was finding the courage to fight a deadly disease.

Through video games, fandoms, and social media, you’re interacting with cool people around the world. But can these virtual connections ever truly compete with an in-person bond?