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Laramie County Commissioner Gay Woodhouse
Laramie County Commissioner Gay Woodhouse
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More Play, Cyberbullying, County Commission on Friday’s Morning Zone [AUDIO]

At 7:07AM MDT, our 'Kids-At-Risk' panel explores a recent article in Health Day that says, "From hide-and-seek to tearing around the neighborhood with friends, playing is one of the hallmarks of childhood. But in this era of hyper-vigilant parenting, researchers find that children in the United States have far less time to play than kids of 50 years ago, a trend that may have serious consequences for their development and mental health."

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Teacher/ columnist and education activist Donna Garner
Teacher/ columnist and education activist Donna Garner
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Today Kids At Risk On The Morning Zone [Audio]

Catch our Kids-At-Risk Series today in The Morning Zone. At 7:07, John Frentheway, Renee Hansen and Gary Freeman join us to discuss dangerous new guidelines being developed here in the U.S. Children who are merely shy or sad are at risk of being diagnosed with mental disorders and given powerful drugs

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State Superintendent Cindy Hill
State Superintendent Cindy Hill
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Cindy Hill On Today’s Morning Zone

Join us in The Morning Zone today at 9:07AM MDT, as State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill guests.  We will get an update from her on the search for a P.A.W.S. testing contractor, and we'll get her in depth comments on the origress of schools around the state in establishing effective bullying policies

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WUSA
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‘Gimme’ Kids Often Grow Into ‘Gimme’ Adults Today In The Morning Zone

A new study out shows that kids who have trouble resisting temptation are more likely than patient preschoolers to grow into adults who lack self-control, a new study suggests.

"What we're seeing is that there are some individuals who consistently presented as high or low delayers," lead study author B.J. Casey, a cognitive neuroscientis

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Teen Drinking, Smoking Higher Among Facebook Users Topic of Today’s Kids At Risk

A new study out shows that U.S. teens who use social networking sites and watch "suggestive" TV shows are more likely to use drugs and alcohol than teens with little exposure to such media, a new survey found

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Cheyenne Police Department
Cheyenne Police Department
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Cheyenne Police Chief to Guest on Today’s Morning Zone

Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak will be our special guest today at 8:07AM MDT on The Morning Zone.

School is back in session starting today, and we will be talking with Chief Kozak about school zone enforcement, and the new school resource officers that will be working with our children in the schools, plus, other issues related to traffic and law enforcement in Cheyenne.

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Marvin Nash of Bullying Hurts presents the program in the classroom
Marvin Nash of Bullying Hurts presents the program in the classroom
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Bullying Hurts Rolling Across Nevada

You may have heard Marvin Nash from the Bullying Hurts Program on The Morning Zone today talking about this...Marvin of Cheyenne, Friday began rolling his 130-pound rodeo barrel from Reno to Las Vegas in hopes of completing the 450-mile feat by the Oct

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Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
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Wyoming Integrated Care Network The Topic on Todays Morning Zone

According to a new study, nearly 1 in 10 U.S. kids have been diagnosed with ADHD, and the National Instutes of Health says it is the most common behavioral disorders in children. Explore this with us in

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Do working moms put their kids at risk? Today on The Morning Zone!

The children of mothers who work outside the home are no more likely to experience social or emotional problems during their early years than kids of stay-at-home moms, according to a new study by English researchers

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Dr. Margaret Cochran
Dr. Margaret Cochran
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More Children Being Hospitalized for Mental Health Illnesses; Dr. Margaret Cochran on Today’s Morning Zone

More children than ever are being hospitalized for mental illnesses in the US. American kids are becoming more likely to be admitted to the hospital for mental problems, according to a new study. The rate of psychiatric hospital discharges rose by more than 80 percent for 5-13-year-olds and by 42 percent for older teens

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