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Fourteen-year-old Sasha Sepasi lay slumped on the floor of her walk-in closet, one end of a belt fastened around her neck, the other looped over a hook on the wall. Her eyes were closed. Her cheeks were cold. Her legs, splayed out in front of her, were mottled with blotchy bruises from pooling blood, evidence that death had taken hold.

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But are our kids really sex-obsessed emotional cripples, or just bored and restless teens, bred to be afraid of drugs but craving a momentary escape from the pressure to get good grades, excel in sports, manage busy social lives?

Our kids were outside before we knew it, jockeying in the parking lot for the attention of TV reporters, who had been invited by the Sepasis to spread the word about the dangers of the choking game.

CPR and other life-saving techniques can be performed easily by most people. Even if you are physically unable to perform CPR, you may still be able to help save a life. You can learn how many CPR compressions to give, and so much more. Knowing how and when to activate EMS is very important and makes a big difference. Learning how to relieve an airway obstruction can make the difference between life and death. The Heimlich Maneuver is easy to perform. It has successfully been done by small children, the elderly, and even physically handicapped people. We urge everyone to take our free CPR and first aid classes. Especially those who have others in their care.

A gluten-free diet excludes all products containing these ingredients. Those who are gluten-free can still enjoy a healthy diet filled with fruits, vegetables, meats, poultry, fish, beans, legumes and most dairy products. Such ingredients are naturally gluten-free, and safe for individuals who do not have allergies to these respective food groups.

By sticking to gluten-free food, kids with celiac disease will start to absorb the vitamins and minerals needed to grow. Lots of gluten-free kids feel stronger and have more energy after being on the diet.

Luckily, there are lots of delicious foods that are naturally gluten-free! Fresh fruits and vegetables are gluten-free, and so are most meats like chicken and fish. A lot of ice cream is gluten-free, too!

In certain situations, your child may be protected under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This act applies to all institutions receiving federal financial assistance, such as public schools. Under this law, public schoolsmust provide a free, appropriate public education and not discriminate against disabled students.

When kids reach their teenage years, of course we want to encourage them to push out of their comfort zones by trying new activities, adventures, or sports. Going away to camp or to school in a different place can be exciting for teens, and these kinds of risks pay off. Teens make new friends, develop new talents, expand their interests and boost their self-confidence.

Some risk-taking behaviors, however, can be risky in the negative sense of the term. Drinking alcohol, smoking, using drugs, driving too fast or using a weapon, have all negative results. Unfortunately, these kinds of behaviors seem to be common among teens. According to the CDC's Youth Behavior Risk survey, about 29 percent of high school students report having ever tried smoking. (Good news is, this is down from 50 percent in 2007 and 70 percent in 1997). The same survey reported that about 15.5 percent of teenagers report having consumed alcohol before the age of 13. In addition, 16.2 percent reported carrying a weapon sometime in the 30 days leading up to the survey; 7.8 percent reported driving while under the influence of alcohol; and 20 percent reported riding with someone who was driving under the influence. These numbers say it all: teens are more likely than any other age group to take risks. As parents, the more informed we are about these risks, the better able we will be to address them with our teens and ultimately, to keep our teens safe.

If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are may already be addicted to nicotine. Talk to your parents and/or a health care professional about strategies for quitting. But whether you're addicted or not, you should try to quit. There are multiple health problems associated with regular tobacco use including stained yellow teeth and bad breath, breathing difficulties and the increased risk of developing lung cancer. There are dozens of online programs designed especially for teens who want to quit.

Alcohol is not the only substance abused by teens. According to the CDC, in 2017, 38 percent of all high school students reported having used marijuana, the most commonly used illicit drug, one or more times in their lifetimes. In addition, about 1 in 10 9th grade students reported having tried cigarettes, and amount 12th graders, nearly 20 percent reported using prescription medication without a prescription. In addition, 6.6 percent of high school students reported using hallucinogenic drugs and 6.2 percent reported using inhalants.

Young Person: I recognize there are many potentially destructive decisions I face every day and commit to you that I will do everything in my power to avoid making decisions that will jeopardize my health, my safety and overall well being, or your trust in me. I understand the dangers associated with the use of alcohol and drugs and the destructive behaviors often associated with impairment. By signing below, I pledge my best effort to remain alcohol- and drug-free, I agree I will never drive under the influence, or accept a ride from someone who is impaired, and I will always wear a seatbelt. Finally, I agree to call you if I am ever in a situation that threatens my safety and to communicate with you regularly about issues of importance to us both.

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The girl sank back and allowed him to relatethe story of his adventures up to the present time,including the interview with Beef. At the descriptionof that she smiled grimly; and he, noting thefact, told himself that it would take a masterlycharacter to subdue that free, wild pride.

Sims knew his country, and directed the flocktoward a shallow, rocky ford of the Big Horn,47some five miles distant. In the meantime BudLarkin was facing two alternatives, either one disastrous.The crossing of the Big Horn meant adeclaration of war to the Bar T ranch, for inthe loose division of the free country, the Bar Trange extended south to the river.

Pedro and his hundred had been ordered towait fifteen minutes, until the head of the columnshould have almost reached the shelter of the hogback.This he did, and then headed his smallflock straight up the open prairie of the range,amid a chorus of bells and loud-voiced protest.Larkin, half a mile away, heard these sounds andsmiled grimly, for the flocks before him madescarcely any sound at all.

At a growled word from behind, the little cavalcadeadvanced, Larkin mystified, uncertain andfuming with impotent rage. Never in his life hadhe been so needed as he was at that time by Simsand the herdsmen; never in his life had he soardently desired liberty and freedom of action.

As he rode Larkin worked his arms cautiouslyback and forth until he felt the rotten rawhidegive, and knew that a single violent motion wouldfree him entirely. But he refrained from makingthat motion, feeling certain that the man in themask would give the signal when the time wasripe.

Now that the danger had passed, Larkin felta certain miserable nausea in the pit of his stomach,and fought it down with all his might. Caldwellwas not so successful, however, and stumbledfrom the shelter and his companions, furiouslysick. Juliet began to weep softly, the tearsof nervous reaction coming freely when neitherpain nor fear could have brought them.

Added to this sickening sensation was one ofdull, choking rage that Bissell, a man of wealthand certain prominence in the State, should suggestand pursue a course that the most despised sheep-herderwould never countenance. That, Larkintold himself, showed the real man; the rough,crude product of a rough and bitter country.

Until he should be free and could reconnoiterhis chances and resources he would hesitate toorder them sent north. And yet they could notstay forever near the Badwater. Neither couldthey be halted on their march north, because theywere crossing the range of Wyoming sheepmenat the time and common plains courtesy demandedthat they be removed as fast as possible.

Everybody at the Bar T ranch house waslaboring under suppressed excitement. Itwas now the middle of June when the yearlyround-up should be under way, yet, owing to theinvasion of the sheep and the recent rustler troubles,the cowboys had not been free to undertakethis task.

But Billy Speaker, who had originally comefrom Connecticut fifteen years ago, wore thesebraces and treasured them because his mother hadgiven much light from her aging eyes and manystitches from her faltering needle to the embroiderythat traveled up and down both shoulderstraps. She had embroidered everything he could221wear time and again, and at last had fallen backon the braces as something new.

When he had disposed of Larkin to his satisfaction,the foreman recollected with delight thatthe rustlers must have the fifteen hundred cows wellup the range by this morning. The chance oftheir being intercepted by the cowboys was small,and the probabilities were that they would be atthe northern shipping-point and well out of theway before the punchers had finished with themiserable sheep.

Things had gone well that day with the drive,for the animals, under pressure, had made fifteenmiles. The cattle, at first hard to manage, hadfinally been induced to lead and flank the march,but neither they nor the sheep had grazed much.

Lester Larkin was three years younger thanBud, was smaller, and had grown up with a weakand vacillating character. The youngest child inthe wealthy Larkin family, he had been spoiled249and indulged until when a youth in his teens hehad become the despair of them all. 041b061a72


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