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Aug 10, 2009 Facebook can threaten relationships, study says ( Capsule)

QUOTE: ...Facebook could be ruining your relationship and driving you toward compulsively jealous behavior.

Los Angeles Times
Mar 09, 2008 Smartening Up: Brain Enhancement Is Wrong, Right?

QUOTE: ...an era of doping may be looming in academia, and it has ignited a debate about policy and ethics that in some ways echoes the national controversy over performance enhancement accusations against elite athletes like Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens.

New York Times
Feb 25, 2006 Millions Have Misused ADHD Stimulant Drugs, Study Says

QUOTE: "We live in a highly competitive society, and you want to get the top grades and you know your colleagues are taking stimulants and you feel pressured,"...a certain percentage of people become addicted to them, and some have toxic effects."

Washington Post
Jun 28, 2005 As Stakes Rise, More Parents Are Directing Rage at Coaches

QUOTE: For years, there has been a noticeable rise in sideline fights between parents... But youth sports experts are well aware of the trend toward a new category of confrontations - those between parents and coaches - and they point to one overriding factor as the cause.

New York Times
Mar 03, 2003 Sports policy unfair, 6th-graders say

QUOTE: ...he believed that all middle-school students should be allowed to participate in all middle-school activities. Parents can decide if their children are too small or immature. Don't deny sports to everyone to protect a few...

Hampton Roads Pilot (Virginia)
Aug 12, 2002 Livestock Tests Chasing Cheats From State Fairs

QUOTE: At fairgrounds across the country, cheating in the mid-1990's prompted leaders of the 4-H and the Future Farmers of America to concede that junior livestock competition often was no longer good, clean, character-building fun.

New York Times