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Plus: Warning signs of a toxic relationship
The new year is a great time for students to reflect on their past posts, likes and follows on social media.
Learn how to identify social anxiety disorder in college students, some of its causes, and how to help.
A UNC student uncovers the truth about the "freshman 15" and why students sometimes eat less healthy food in college.
These profiles detail everything from student-to-faculty ratios to acceptance rates and the percentage of students who successfully graduate in four years.
A local mom of a special needs child shares her experiences of managing the lack of understanding from some at the North Carolina State Fair.
Large tobacco mega-corporations have stretched regulations and abused loopholes in order to promote their brands through the feeds of social media stars and hashtags
Here's how to get a free Planet Fitness gym membership for your teens this summer
Naturally, the public is wondering: Is this what independent college counselors do?
6 skills every young adult should master before graduating from high school
Plus, read tips on how to avoid being sidelined in rehab.
When it comes to teens and technology, take a conversational approach
When — and how — parents should do it
Busy lives and licensing requirements are among the reasons teens wait to get behind the wheel
Omar McBride was the only U.S. high jumper representing the Americas.
A Rube Goldberg Machine accomplishes a simple task in the most complicated – and craziest – way possible.
Students ages 13-18 can use the passes to ride GoTriangle, GoRaleigh, GoCary and GoDurham buses for free.
Take advantage of activities and special savings to help high school seniors complete residency, FAFSA, and admission applications in October.
Tips on how parents can play a role in how their children think about romantic relationships.
Connecting with alumni is a solid investment.
What your teens what you to know about social media.
Life in the digital era requires intentional efforts from parents to put devices to the side and focus on interactions with their children.
Parents often make these two well-intended mistakes when trying to help their child during stressful times.
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