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Healthy Visions Produce Healthy Choices

During a five-day period, ninth-grade boys will explore what it means to be a man, why there is value in monogamous relationships, the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases, how to avoid bad dating relationships and how to grow self-esteem and treat others with respect. The curriculum belongs to Healthy Visions, a program based on the premise that teens can learn the decision-making skills that will help them connect their actions with consequences before engaging in them. Correspondent Judy Valente explores the impact Healthy Visions has had on teenagers, and the positive response it has received in 26 schools in Ohio and northern Kentucky, in an 8-minute video news article prepared for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, a cutting-edge religion news and analysis program.




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