In 2017, an astounding 3,600 guns were confiscated from airport security check points. Most people simply say they forgot they had a loaded firearm in their bag. There are as many guns in the U.S. as there are people. https://www.nbcnews.com/nightly-news/video/tsa-record-number-of-guns-seized-in-u-s-airports-1005968451864
Recent studies have shown the day after sexting 10 percent regret their decision. 80 percent of teens and college students have sexted or have received a picture but is sending one picture really worth it?
The act of taking a selfie in front of priceless, one of a kind artwork leads an innocent woman being the cause of $200,000 in damage. Why in the 21st century are humans so consumed on their mobile devices that they are damaging people's art? So how can we go into an art gallery and safely [...]
Is embracing social media and focusing on ways to monetize a presence on social media the right approach? When parents generally strive to raise children of 'substance,' do efforts to make money via social media complement or contradict those goals? https://www.theguardian.com/media/2017/mar/28/social-media-star-creator-camp-los-angeles?CMP=share_btn_tw
Bullied, a new series hosted by 5-time Olympic Gold medalist swimmer Ian Thorpe focuses on bullying and uses controversial approaches to expose and address bulying in order to provoke a collaborative approach to effectively this epidemic. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-03-14/ian-thorpe-tackles-school-bullying-in-documentary/8348286
Are abstinence and criminalization the best ways to handle inappropriate sexting? Those approaches haven't achieved intended results with teen sex, drug use, or drinking. Why would we expect the outcome to be different with sexting. Is sexting the problematic behavior or is the issue we should be focused on the actions people take without consent? [...]
Gun Violence as a Health Issue? Considering gun violence as an epidemic transmitted through behavior could change the way we look at and potentially treat this challenge.