The effort to keep teenagers from getting hooked on cigarettes is getting a boost from teens who know how to speak to their peers.
(3 months and 10 days ago)
Double-jointed teens are more likely than their less flexible peers to develop shoulder, knee or ankle pain, suggests a large, new study from the UK.
(3 months and 4 days ago)
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Double-jointed teens are more likely than their less flexible peers to develop shoulder, knee or ankle pain, suggests a large, new study from the UK.
(3 months and 13 days ago)
A study found that two-year-olds who drank full-fat milk put on fewer pounds by the age of four than those on low-fat.
(3 months and 3 days ago)
Teens underestimated their meals' calories by as much as 34 percent; Different study showed that only 40 percent of kids and teens use calorie guides
(26 days ago)
Some teens are growing tired of the excessive sharing and "drama" on Facebook and more are turning to sites like Twitter and Instagram to express themselves, according to a new study. "Many teens expressed waning enthusiasm for Facebook," the Pew Research Center said in a study released Tuesday, based on interviews with 800 teens conducted between July and September last...
(29 days ago)
It may seem as if no one in their 20s can get a job these days. A new study confirms that a rising number of teens expect that they won’t be financially self-sufficient until they are in their late 20s. However that same study shows that more teens expect to wind up better off than their parents and a majority still think they can support themselves before they’re 25 years old.
(2 months and 17 days ago)
A SURVEY of 50,000 Australians has found 1.1 million fewer glasses of alcoholic beverages are being consumed a week compared with 2007.
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A new study from Cornell University found that college-aged women often reject and ostracize promiscuous peers and would rather be friends with less sexually active ladies.
(13 days ago)
Branding plays a much bigger role in the alcoholic beverages teens choose to drink than it does for adults, according to new research. A study from Johns Hopkins University polled more than 1,000 underage drinkers between 13 and 20 about their alcohol consumption over the previous month and found they favored a relatively small number of brands.
(4 months and 8 days ago)
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