Economists from the University of Sheffield found in their study the negative social media effects on youth. The more time children spend on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and WhatsApp, findings found the less happy they feel about certain domains in their life and life overall.
Is social media use disrupting teenagers' bedtime routines?
Ambrosia, a tech startup company, is offering a clinical trial to see if transfusing young blood to older people will aid in slowing down aging.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that cases of sexually transmitted disease (STDs) peaked dramatically in 2014.
Running can keep seniors young, a new study reported.
A town in Massachusetts proposed a ban on all tobacco sales.
More than a million preteens and adolescents "parent" or care for their parents, according to a new study.
A new federal report found that almost five percent of young American women have chlamydia.
Ghana's jobless and poor youth have turned to selling their own blood for a price. The 'commercial blood donors' as they are referred, fill the void in a country where blood is often in short supply and cultural and religious beliefs keep some form donating.
A new study found that community service programs are beneficial for the youth.
Many American youths are following marijuana-related Twitter accounts and getting pro-pot messages several times a day, according to a new research.
A new study out of New Zealand found that the lower alcohol buying age was tied to an increase in assaults in young males.
A new report claims that the selfie culture could explain the recent jump in cosmetic facial surgeries in America's youth.
A new study reported that e-cigarettes can encourage children and teens to smoke.
Young smokers' brain structures appear to change due to cigarettes, a new study found.