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The Way You're Talking To Your Teen About Dress Codes Is All Wrong

Since teenage brains are literally neurobiologically different from adults, coupled with their fluctuating hormones, the way they process information also differs greatly from how we may process the very same things. This creates a situation where, when told not to wear something deemed inappropriate for that particular environment, while an adult may understand that it is simply a fashion issue within that specific circumstance, a teenager may perceive it on a chemical level as a personal threat to their entire identity and independence. As a result, they can become fiercely protective and hypersensitive to any potential threats made to their autonomy and are more likely to push the limits in response.

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A pair of drugs that uses the immune system to attack cancer cells shrunk tumours in nearly 60 per cent of people with advanced melanoma according to a recent study in the U.K. — though questions abou...