February 2018

Now You’re Talking

When a partnership fails, the possibility that the family will become poverty-stricken greatly increases. Not only that, research shows that people in failing relationships are less productive at work, and more likely to fall into substance abuse. Children from fragmented homes do not perform as well in school as their peers from stable two-parent homes. And both children and adults with a poor-quality family life experience more emotional distress, anxiety and depression.

Matters of the Heart

According to reports, an estimated 3.5 percent of all kids and teens have hypertension. Here’s the lowdown on high blood pressure in kids.

A Tuesday in the Life of Victoria Tong

Victoria Tong works full time in Allen ISD as an instructional specialist. She’s also a second-year doctoral student at Dallas Baptist University studying educational leadership. Her husband,…