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NFL team helps Ferguson students, provide needed distraction

Saint Louis - The shooting death of Michael Brown and subsequent violent protests has prompted one NFL football team to reach out to area youth, offering them not only a safe place to practice football, but an experience none of those involved will soon forget.

Study: Energy drinks tied to depression, substance abuse in teens

High school students who consume energy drinks may be prone to depression or substance abuse, a new Canadian study has found.

Halloween in China Special

Jilin - It's hard to find Halloween decorations in China because the Western holiday is new there, but if you look carefully, you can find ways to celebrate.

Video: The science of love and caring of 'Wright's Law'

Louisville - Mr. Jeffrey Wright, a physics teacher at the Louisville Male Traditional High School, is one of those memorable and inspirational teachers. He was the subject of a short film called "Wright's Law" made by a former student.

Principal and athletic director busted on drug charges

Kissimmee - One elementary principal and a high school athletic director have been charged with dealing drugs. Both run the risk of losing their jobs, if found guilty.

CDC: U.S. high school students smoke more pot than cigarettes

The good news: there has been no increase in teen smoking. The bad news: that's because they're choosing pot instead, a new report finds.

Op-Ed: First Nation high school students need our voice

Over the last ten years seven Nishnawbe Aski Nation high school students have died while attending at a school in Thunder Bay. The latest death was on May 10 when Jordan Wabasse was found deceased in a Thunder Bay river.

Students in Ontario handling gambling drugs and suicide concerns

A study from the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) found that Ontario high schoolers are dealing with gambling issues, drug and alcohol use and suicide.

Governor General visits Toronto Pathways facility

The Rexdale Pathways to Education facility was visited by His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada on Saturday.

Where students are from makes a difference says Toronto study

Toronto - Where an immigrant is from in Canada makes a big difference when it comes to higher education according to a new study of Toronto high school immigrant students shows that first generation immigrants.

Ontario Reports Growing Number of Students Abusing Painkillers

The latest Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey reveals that while the use of narcotics is overall steady, more students are taking prescription painkillers. One in five students admits to have taken pain medication, often obtained at home.

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Jenny poses with Chinese high school students for Halloween
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