Early exposure to cigarettes could affect how one responds to and craves nicotine
A new book seeks to debunk our widespread alarm about children, social media, and technology
A new study shows that an ‘invisible risk’ group of adolescents—who use tons of media and don’t get enough sleep or exercise—are in danger of serious mental health issues
A new study suggests that it’s pointless to try to get young mothers to marry
Younger students are no different than their older peers when it comes to sexting, a new study reports.
Only 4% have prolonged conversations about sexuality with their physicians
Is bad parenting an excuse for murder?
If you were of a mind to forgive good-looking people for their freakishly good genetic makeup because you figure you got better brains than they did, don’t. A new study suggests that people rated as more attractive are more …
There’s a moody, ornery, self-absorbed bear living in my house.
Staying up late is almost a rite of passage for teens, but night owl students could be paying the price with lower grades years after high school.
The percentage of young people using condoms has stalled, while STD rates are on the rise
You couldn’t blame Maryland Attorney General Douglas Gansler if he poured himself a stiff drink this week.
New big-brother devices for tracking teen drivers are meant to keep accidents and deaths among teen drives down. But are they too big-brother and not enough good-mother (or father)?