- In the past week in San Diego, overdoses on Spice, sometimes called synthetic marijuana, sent dozens of teens, including one 13-year-old, to the hospital.
- Living in an overcrowded household may protect children and young adults from developing the most common subtype of Hodgkin lymphoma: study.
- Adolescence may be a period when memory formation is processed differently than in other life stages.
- Summer jobs boost teens' academic performance, and, for those who worked over multiple summers, the benefits are even greater.
- Teens diagnosed with two of the most common mood disorders, major depression and bipolar disorder, need to be monitored for cardiovascular disease.
- Researchers find self-harming habits are four times greater among teenagers who can't sleep.
- Being bullied while a teen may cause depression later in life.
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- Obesity may significantly increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis in children and adolescent girls, a new study has revealed.
- Youngsters whose parents or siblings have been deployed are more likely than their peers to use alcohol and drugs, says a new study.
- Teenage stress is serious, according to a new study that found a link between adolescent stress and genetic changes that can lead to severe adult mental illness.
- Its not the cool kids in school that get the popular vote, it's the nice kids, according to a new study.