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Dying High: Teens in the ER

Dying High: Teens in the ER

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Item Number:
26 min.
Closed Caption:
Human Relations Media
Grade Level:
7 - College
This hard hitting, reality-based video gives viewers a chance to see what goes on inside the nation's emergency rooms as doctors treat teens for some of the most common types of injuries among young people: drug overdose, alcohol poisoning, car wreck traumas and more. Dying High offers a glimpse into the nightmarish reality of what can happen when young people take risks with their health, their safety and even their lives. New federal data indicates a 20% increase in drug-related ER visits for teens under the age of 17. Yet drug-related emergencies are only part of the bigger picture. This video presents a series of episodes which allow viewers to see common life-and-death ER moments. The goal of this video is to remind teens that risk-taking behaviors can often lead to serious injury and death. Thought-provoking activities in the Teacher's Resource Book allow students to continue their exploration of this subject.

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