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Adolescence, Bacteria, and Thinking Beyond Risk

David Dobbs has a typically outstanding piece in this month's National Geographic about teenage behavior, arguing, in effect, that what appears to be difficult behavior among teenagers is an adaptation that makes them more capable of learning. It is a great example of an increasingly important theme in health: That we need to move beyond just seeing risks and problems, and instead also look for strengths and assets.

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