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Suicidal impulses and attempts are much more common in teenagers who think they are too fat or too thin, regardless of how much they actually weigh, a study found. Using actual body size based on teens' reports of their height and weight, the researchers found that overall, overweight or underweight teens were only slightly more likely than normal-weight teens to have suicidal tendencies. But teens who perceived themselves at either weight extreme — very fat or really skinny — were more than twice as likely as normal-weight teens to attempt or think about suicide. The study was based on a nationally representative survey involving 13, students in ninth through 12th grade. About 19 percent said they had considered suicide in the previous year and about 9 percent said they had attempted it.
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Ever since the s, Deanna Templeton has been one of few female street photographers in California documenting youth cultures and life in public spaces. Piers in particular are a favourite, and she regularly shoots the locals at Huntington Beach where she lives with her husband, former pro-skater and artist Ed Templeton, as well as parks and punk shows. Places, in short, where all kinds of people meet. This spring marks a busy moment for Templeton. So I decided to grab my camera and shoot a few photos.
Naked and Afraid premieres on Sunday night, and by all accounts, the show has amped up the drama for its seventh season. Jason Gassaway, 45, is a father-of-three living in northern California. His partner, Army veteran Lacey Jones, grew up in Liberty, Maine, with no running water or electricity.