A disaster-response behavioral health specialist discusses priorities. Dr. Kermit Crawford is a professor of psychiatry at the Boston School of Medicine who specializes in disaster response. He spent night
First aid skills not only give your students the ability to save a life – knowing how to respond in an emergency can also boost confidence, self esteem, teamwork and communication skills. This week, ahead
Digital rights organisations have released a kit aimed at activists and journalists faced with cyberattacks. Image: izarizhar/Shutterstock Some of the world’s biggest digital rights players have come to
Watch This Baby Boy Adorably React To Hearing His Parents For The First Time Thanks To A Hearing Aid
Watching people hear for the very first time with the help of devices like hearing aids or cochlear implants never gets old. The video above is a unique twist on that genre, as young Lachlan Lever was
Earlier this week, I wrote about a 9-year-old North Carolina boy who was being teased at school for wearing a “girlie” My Little Pony backpack to school. Administrators at Hyatt Elementary initially tried
A new study suggests that high-school students who have been bullied are almost twice as likely to bring weapons such as guns and knives to class as their peers who aren't targeted – and the worse the
SPRINGFIELD—The Senate passed a bill today that would allow a school to enact a policy that bans students from using computers and cell phones to harass others through a practice called "cyber-bullying."