Depression Hits Teen Girls Especially Hard, And High Social Media Use Doesn’t Help : Shots – Health News : NPR

February 13, 20174:30 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition Patti Neighmond A study tracking depression rates among U.S. teens from 2005 to 2014 finds an increase — especially among girls. A steady diet of harsh judgments from social media may play a role, researchers say. But a recent study published in the journal Pediatrics suggests…

Former teacher’s aide/cheerleading assistant coach in Monrovia accused of sending inappropriate texts –

A former Monrovia teacher’s aide and assistant cheerleading coach was charged Thursday with dissemination of matter harmful to minors. Jennifer Rhea is accused of sending inappropriate texts to a then 15-year-old student in January of last year. According to court documents, the texts included naked pictures of women from the internet. Rhea revealed in those…

YPAD Featured in Dance Informa Magazine Article: “What’s wrong with dancing ‘sexy’?”

  Some call it spunk and sass. Some call it hyper-sexualization. The debate over age-appropriateness in student choreography has been a hot topic for many years. And even after all the debating and defending, not much has changed in the industry. So, perhaps it’s time to take another minute to think and consider. Is it…

Federal Child Pornography Charge Filed Against Prominent Dance Photographer | USAO-WDTX | Department of Justice

Federal Child Pornography Charge Filed Against Prominent San Antonio Photographer In San Antonio, 46–year-old professional photographer Christopher Alexander Reilly, doing business as Chris Reilly Photography, is charged with one count of receipt of child pornography announced United States Attorney Richard L. Durbin, Jr., and Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent in Charge Christopher Combs, San…

And the Dance Goes On: Psychological Impact of Injury – By Lynda M. Mainwaring, Ph.D., Donna Krasnow, M.S., Gretchen Kerr, Ph.D.

  This review provides a glimpse into the dancer’s psychological reaction to physical injury. Based on the current evidence, dancers’ reactions to injury involve initial negative affects that may become more positive as the injury heals. Dancers with chronic or overuse injuries are more likely to ignore the injury, sometimes to the point of more…