The World Health Organization says, that health is a combination between complete physical, mental and social well-being. In this week's 'Surviving or Thriving?' report we take a closer look at their connection.
School might be out but some families had a harder time than others, teaching and learning from home. In this week's 'Surviving or Thriving?' report, we take a closer look at how the pandemic brought to light some of the hardships, the Hispanic community faces with mental health.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and there’s no doubt that due to the coronavirus, many of people are struggling with feelings of fear, anxiety and depression. However, no group is at greater risk for developing mental health conditions than the medical community.
A Twin Falls middle school is in the midst of its second year of banning cell phones in the classroom and the amount of issues has seemed to decrease with this action. We take a look at how cell phones and apps such as Snapchat play a huge role in teens' lives in this week's 2 Strong 4 Bullies.
When the entire enrollment of your school is 323, you tend to know most everyone by name. In this week's segment of 2 Strong 4 Bullies, we discuss the importance of the older students' reputation on the younger population.
School aged children spend a lot of time outside of the classroom in extra curricular programs or organization like the Boys and Girls Club. Those groups are working to help children learn how to resolve their own conflicts.