Today’s Solutions: May 28, 2024

Teenagers

This 30-minute training can help teenagers’ response to stress

Many successful people live by the expression “in every tragedy, there is an opportunity.” It turns out that the same kind of thinking can apply to the smallest of moments and to the youngest of people.  A new 30-minute online training session can reduce teenagers’ stress by teaching them Read More...

Study: reducing screen time fo

Study: reducing screen time for teens at night can help them sleep better

If your teenage son or daughter is struggling to sleep at night, their smartphones may very well be the cause of it. According to a new study out of the Netherlands, it’s not just the screens that make it difficult to sleep, but the particular hue of the blue glow they admit. To test the Read More...

Better relationships mean a be

Better relationships mean a better night’s sleep

Sleep patterns often change when kids hit puberty. Traditionally, the explanation for this drop to less than 9 hours of sleep per night was biological. Doctors attributed sleep loss to puberty and hormonal changes. Dr. David J. Maume, sociology professor at the University of Cincinnati, directed a Read More...

It’s all in their heads

It’s all in their heads

Our brains don't mature until our 20s. Knowing that could change how you talk to young people. David Servan-Schreiber | November 2008 issue Ben, 18, borrows his father’s car to go on a trip with friends. At 2 a.m., he’s driving more than 100 mph (160 km/h) on a country lane, the music blaring, Read More...