According to a new study, teenage boys who used computers more often had lower bone mineral density and higher body mass index.
A new study found that teenagers who have friends who drive under the influence are more likely to drive while intoxicated as well.
Consumption of energy drinks has been linked to poor mental health and drug use among teenagers, according to a new study.
A new study found that gay or bisexual teenage boys are more likely to use muscle-enhancing steroids.
In 2009, 7,391 children, adolescents and young adults were hospitalized due to guns, a study reported.
Researchers found that good parental connection can effectively discourage teenage sexting.
A new study found that excessive electronic media use can cause insomnia in teens.
According to a new study, school drug testing do not deter students from smoking marijuana or cigarettes.
In a new study, researchers found that teenagers who have a history of concussions might have an increased risk of depression.
Researchers found that social pressures, such as subjective norm influences teenagers to sext.
A federal report stated that teenage Ecstasy use is on the rise in the U.S.
The CDC reported that even though fewer high school teenagers are smoking cigarettes, hookah and e-cigarette usage rates have risen.
Researchers reported that healthy teenagers who slept less were more likely to have more illness bouts than teenagers that slept longer.
Researchers said Internet chatrooms and other online resources may be both good and bad influences for teenagers when it comes to self-harm and suicidal thoughts among depressed young people.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommended that access to condoms should be made easier for teenagers.