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New Jersey Teen Once Homelessness Accepted At 18 Colleges, Lands Dream PickThe story of Dylan Chidick is a tale of triumph over tragedy when, after being n and out of homelessness during his youth, he got admissions letters from 17 schools. On Tuesday, the teen landed this 18th acceptance letter, and it was the one that counted the most: His dream school, The College of New Jersey.
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Cuomo Proposing To Raise Age To Buy Tobacco, E-CigsIt could soon be tougher for teenagers to smoke in New York State.
New Dangers Detected In Underage VapingThe nation's top doc says swift action is needed to address the risks of electronic cigarettes to teenagers.
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Study Links Social Media & Teen E Cigarette UseA USC study found that underage kids make up 25 percent of Juul's followers on Twitter.
School Warns Parents About Teen Sexting Being InvestigatedA letter sent Thursday to district parents by Ridgewood's superintendent of schools warns them about "possible sexting incidents" involving students. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Bullying On Instagram More Common Than Most ThinkA new report found 1 in 5 people between the ages of 12 to 20 have been bullied on Instagram, but the 1 billion-user strong social media platform offers help to deal with the problem. CBS2's John Dias reports.
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Nassau County Launches Website To Help Fight BullyingFamilies and educators say they may be one step closer to identifying warning signs of bullying, and students' rights if they are victims. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
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