Difference Maker: Health and Wellness

“These terrible practices that target our youth simply for being who they are, are dangerous and immoral," Hancock said.
The creator of this photo series wants to break down stigmas and challenge what we think we know.
The conversation around mental health and Native Americans needs to change, says expert Doreen Bird.
Her community suffered a spike in youth suicides. Now they’re fighting back, and teens are leading the charge.
"I may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I don’t want everyone to drink me anyway ― it would leave me drained.”
"Announcing yourself to the world is pretty terrifying,” Stannard said in his keynote speech.
An "astonishing" uptick in teens’ use of e-cigarettes helped drive the proposed rules, said FDA chief Scott Gottlieb.
"I can stand and walk and use my arms and upper body," the 25-year-old said. "Why not use that?"
Simone Biles and her teammates will return from Doha, Qatar, with gold medals.
Haylin Belay uses her magic rituals to heal from past trauma and to find inner power.
"Having the courage to be upfront with this kind of thing has been unlike anything I’ve ever experienced," Love said.
It's taken years years of hard work to get to the confident place where this body-positive model is now.
In the 1950s, the university's hospital stole cells from Lacks, who has been called the "mother of modern medicine."
“It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman. It matters if you know your stuff.”
"Had a shotgun across his lap. He was ready to take his life."
Ray Woolley broke his own record, which he set last year.
The "Dawson's Creek" actress made sure to cross her Ts and dot her Is in this burn. 😂