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What Are You Doing? Issue Date: 04-14-2002

Cool Spots imageIt's time to get off the couch, put down the remote and Do Something at www.dosomething.org. This organization encourages young people to take action against child abuse, discrimination and other flaws in society. Choose Your Cause and receive an Action Guide packed with stories about young people making a difference. Online polls ask for your opinion on current issues. Be expressive and write a poem about a cause you support or read others'' poetry. No one can do everything, but everyone can Do Something.

Visit: www.dosomething.org
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Attention: Affluenza Sufferers Issue Date: 03-03-2002

Cool Spots imageBeware of Affluenza, a common ailment similar to materialism, now featured at www.pbs.org/kcts/affluenza. Symptoms of this sickness include credit card debt, huge shoe collections and compulsive shopping habits. The history of Affluenza stretches back to the 15th century and has grown considerably in recent decades. The Diagnosis will help you decide if you are coming down with Affluenza. Victims need not worry, though. The site offers Treatment with 10 helpful tips for beating the bug.

Visit: www.pbs.org/kcts/affluenza
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Here's to Good Health Issue Date: 12-16-2001

Cool Spots imageThe greatest changes in life occur when you are a teen-ager. Fortunately, TeensHealth at www.teenshealth.org can help you roll with the changes. There are excellent feature sections on Body Basics, Mind Matters, Food & Fitness and Staying Safe. Be sure to check out the Q & A to find answers to questions that concern most every teen-ager. It's your body and your life. Make the most of it with TeensHealth.

Visit: www.teensHealth.org
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Tickle Your Funny Bone Issue Date: 12-17-2000

Cool Spots imageLaughter may just be the best medicine, according to the ThinkQuest Web site Laughing Out Loud to Good Health. Giggle your way to http://library.thinkquest.org/25500. You'll find tons of information about the positive benefits of laughter. The site examines emotions and how they contribute to the things we find funny. The section on stress looks at the physical and psychological effects of stress and how laughter can be a great stress-reliever. You can also learn about humor and jokes, including how to tell a good joke and a joke-of-the-day page. Be sure to check out the "Fun!" section for Laughter Therapy, a Joke Contest and much more. Lighten up your life with a laugh.

Visit: http://library.thinkquest.org/25500
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Fun 'N' Suds Issue Date: 06-25-2000

Cool Spots imageLather yourself in bubbles at the Soap and Detergent Association's Kid's Corner. Start scrubbing away at www.sdahq.org/sdakids and learn about all things soap. The site has a special focus on the art of bubbles, and you'll find plenty of tips on how to blow bigger, better bubbles. Be sure to take in some of the cool activities found here, like the Bubble Path or Bubble Magic. Or try to impress your friends by making a pop-proof bubble. The site also includes information on recycling plastic cleaning product bottles as well as environmentally smart ways of using and disposing of soap. The Kid's Corner is as green as it is clean. Start blowing those bubbles.

Visit: www.sdahq.org/sdakids
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