Tagged: app

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An App to Consider: Liberate

Mental health affects everyone differently, but our backgrounds and identities can have us bond over similar experiences and feelings based on our cultures and how others perceive and interact with us.

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An App Designed to Stop Lunchroom Bullying

Have you ever had to sit by yourself in the lunchroom? Seventeen-year-old Californian Natalie Hampton has—for two whole years—and she’s invented an app to make sure no one else ever has to go through that. When Hampton—an...

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An App Designed to Stop Lunchroom Bullying

Have you ever had to sit by yourself in the lunchroom? Seventeen-year-old Californian Natalie Hampton has—for two whole years—and she’s invented an app to make sure no one else ever has to go through that. When Hampton—an...

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quitStart

“The important thing is to keep trying to quit, until you quit for good.” – American Lung Association quitSTART is a free app made for teens who want to quit smoking, but adults can use...

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Sarahah app

Sarahah is a relatively new app available for download from Apple’s App Store.  The English version became available in June and since then the free app has skyrocketed to the No. 1 spot in Apple’s...

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HeadSpace

Have you heard of Headspace? Headspace is both a website and an app that helps promote mindfulness in everyday living. We like Headspace because it breaks meditation and mindfulness practices down into easy to digest...

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Personal Zen: An App Review

It can be tough to find an app that has actually been part of a research study and has been shown to work. Personal Zen is a fun game-based app that has actually been...