Text Messaging News: Texting program targets new moms, Health messages to be sent via cellphone, LAUSD Students Share HIV/STD Statuses Via Text Message

Texting program targets new moms

A new texting program gives tips and information for new upcoming mothers to ensure that they have the best start they need to looking after their first baby. It can be a daunting process, and any help that a mother can get is often needed. The new texting program aims to provide three text messages a week to mothers in New Mexico in the attempt to help mothers keep an eye on the health of themselves and their babies. The texts are also sent out for free, which is always a great thing.

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Social Media, Texting Best Ways to Talk to Young People About Mental Illness

Mental health is an issue that in our opinion needs to be discussed with young people more often so that they understand why they may be feeling a certain way when growing up and why they should be considerate of others that may be feeling a certain way as well. It is not often easy to teach young people about certain topics when their minds are often elsewhere, but it seems the best way to communicate about topics such as mental health is  through what young people know best- texting and social media platforms.

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Health messages to be sent via cellphone

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LAUSD Students Share HIV/STD Statuses Via Text Message

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Customer Service Seen as Top Benefit of Mobility

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Text Messaging News: Texting service for expecting moms, Digital Way to Share STD Status Now Available in LAUSD, Service lets kids report bullying via text message

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Digital Way to Share STD Status Now Available in LAUSD

A new service has been created to help sexually active people have safe sex. Users of the service will be able to share with one another their own status in regards to sexually transmitted diseases straight from their mobile with the tap of a button. This service has been mainly targeted at young people who may not yet understand the importance of having safe sex. By using smartphones to share this information with one another, young people will feel right at home.

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Service lets kids report bullying via text message

Bullying is never a nice thing to experience, and many helplines out there are available to help those in need of help. A new service will allow children to quietly report to school officials if they are being bullied or if they’ve witnessed bullying themselves through the use of their own cell phones. Kids will be able to text a number for free to alert teachers about any bullying occurring. We think this is a great step to take as children at school can often feel pressured and too scared to make contact with an adult in person.

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Texting service for expecting moms

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Ozark Center takes counseling via texting community wide

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Mobile phones revolutionise youth creativity

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