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Creating Threat Assessment Teams In High Schools Could Prevent Shootings, Secret Service Report Says

08:42 EDT 13 Jul 2018 | Kaiser Health News

The comprehensive guide encourages schools to create an atmosphere where students can report problematic behavior without feeling like a "snitch." In other public health news: adoption programs, testosterone, ticks, heat waves, sleep apnea, e-cigarettes, and more.

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