I use my phone to find directions, figure out where to eat, or call a car. So why can’t I use my iPhone when I’m feeling down too?
Your source for youth perspectives on health topics and policies.
Every now and then I still find myself in a potentially threatening situation, and I start to think about getting a gun.
When tragedy strikes, it leaves echoes long after the moment itself.
Kailah Hall shares the story of when her family was touched by gun violence: searching for answers to bring the family together.
When I woke up that morning, it felt like just another day. Little did I know that my life would change forever.
I’m not white. I’m also not not-white. So it’s fuzzy figuring out exactly what privileges I benefit from.
Like many queer youth, I’ve been on the verge of tears since Trump was elected. But instead of crying, these days, I reach for a tube of liquid eyeliner.
Sexual harassment starts young. It’s hard being a teenage girl who looks older than she is. #MeToo
Young people are often thought of as the healthy ones, but healthcare matters to us too. Obviously!
In this week’s podcast, Maya Cueva travels to McAllen, Texas in the Rio Grande Valley, to learn about what the only abortion clinic in the entire 1800 square mile region means for the community and activists on both sides of the abortion debate.