Reasearch shows teens don't get sleepy until 10:45 or 11 p.m. But high school classes in Nashville still start at 7:05 a.m. "It's not a badge of honor," says the mayor.
The Poet Life aims to stop kids from smoking, vaping and doing hookah, by using the art of slam poetry.
New research found teens and young adults who even briefly cut time on social media gained self esteem. Try these 5 tips to help them — and yourself — improve screen-life balance.
The advent of vaping revived nicotine addiction among young people after a dramatic decline. The FDA seems poised to at last yank some products aimed at teens from the market. Will it work?
A youth mental health crisis and a shortage of therapists and other care providers who take insurance are pushing many U.S. families into financial ruin. But it's rarely acknowledged as medical debt.
Today, even one missed period could have serious implications for a young person's life. But how late is late, and when is pain or a heavy period a medical concern? Many preteens don't know.
Snapchat's Family Center lets parents see whom their teen is contacting, but not their messages. Parents can also confidentially report accounts that concern them, without their child's knowledge.
While a growing number of states are trying to address the increasing mental health crisis among youths, many schools are woefully short of therapists and the budget to hire them.
Sister app Instagram is also launching new parental controls, as the social media company faces pressure to address safety risks to kids in virtual reality.
The social media platform announced ways to help its youngest users and their parents a day before the app's head, Adam Mosseri, is to testify about Instagram's potential risks to kids and teens.
Some patterns are emerging in Georgia just a few weeks into COVID-19 vaccinations for children between 12 and 15, even though only a fraction of them have been vaccinated.
Ages 12 and older are now eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19, the FDA and the CDC say. But when and where, and what about younger kids? You have questions. We have answers.
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