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Snapchat and Instagram are America's Most Popular Social Sites [Video]

Apr 26, 2017 AM EDT Snapchat and Instagram are most favorite social media platforms among American teenagers.

Physical Inactivity Among Teenagers May Result To Weak Bones [Video]

Mar 26, 2017 AM EDT Spending time in front of computers can have a bad effect on one's bone health. Physical inactivity can make bones weak.

Music Education Transforms The Brain

Dec 29, 2016 AM EST Northwestern University says that brains change when teenagers study music.

Breast Cancer Awareness: Teens Who Eat Fatty Foods May Increase Breast Cancer Risk Later in Life

May 21, 2016 AM EDT Teens that have a high intake of saturated fats through fatty foods may have an increased risk of breast cancer later in life.

Pica Disorder Linked to Low Iron Levels among Pregnant Teens, Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT Pregnant teens who have low iron levels crave and consume non-food items, according to a Cornell University study.

Researchers Establish Link between Alcohol Drinking and Musical Branding

Apr 10, 2014 AM EDT A latest University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine study found a strong link between binge drinking among teenagers and correctly identifying music that makes references to alcohol brand names.

Combinations of Interventions Effective In Lowering Alcohol Consumption among Teenagers, Study

Jan 24, 2014 AM EST A team of researchers at Brown University and The Miriam Hospital suggest colleges to subject all their freshmen to tests during the first few weeks of college to determine their alcoholism risk. They ...

Energy Drinks + Alcohol = Negative Health Effects: Study

Dec 03, 2013 AM EST A cocktail of alcohol and energy drinks poses a greater health risk than just drinking alcohol, according to a University of Michigan and Penn State study. Researchers said that these concoctions, ...

Yelling At Teens Linked To Depression and Troubled Behavior

Sep 16, 2013 AM EDT Many parents resort to harsh verbal discipline instead of physically punishing their teens. However, even oral lashings can have a negative impact on mental health of children, according to a new ...

White Teens Less Likely To Apply To University, Study

Jul 23, 2013 AM EDT White teenagers are less likely to pursue higher education when compared to students from other ethnic backgrounds in England, says a study conducted by the Universities and Colleges Admission ...

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