This week in teens news, we discuss how teens are feeling after the election, teen's less keen sense of smell, and more!

What kinds of misconceptions do your students carry about eating disorders--and the people who suffer from them? Our 6-page package in the March issue (and the wonderful resources designed to help you teach it) will help your students understand the complex causes of these serious mental and physical diseases.

This week in teen news, we discuss teens who'd rather be on social media than sleep, Iceland's progress in ending teen substance abuse, and more!

We're all guilty of procrastinating sometimes, but teens are especially prone to this bad habit. Choices teacher-adviser Amy Lauren Smith--a sixth to eighth grade health teacher at the Shanghai American School in Shanghai, China, and the brilliant mind behind our Teacher's Guide each month--has rounded up the resources you need to tackle this topic in class.

This week in teen news, we discuss bringing social media into the classroom, the rise in obesity-related illnesses in teens, and more!

A teacher shares her lesson plan to teach middle school students about the importance of paying it forward.