A study shows that school performance is greatly affected by proper diet and food intake.
Teens who text late at night after the lights are out might suffer from academic setbacks and sleeping problems, a new study reported.
Higher level of stress might be associated with skin distresses, claims study.
Teenage girls who skip school and fail tests have more sex and are less likely to use condoms compared to their more studious counterparts.
A new study found that when high school math and science courses become more rigorous, the dropout rate increases.
A 13-year-old girl's project for her school's science fair is making waves among academics studying the invasive lionfish that infest many U.S. waters.
Exercising is good for the brain. New research reveals that being physically fit in childhood and adolescence benefits both physical and mental health.
A new study found that children with ADHD are 2.8 times more likely to have language problems.
Preemies may have more trouble with math, according to a new study.
Want to improve your daughter's grades? Start watching her weight. Teen girls who are obese are more likely to get lower grades, according to a new study.
The National Sleep Foundation found that American Children are not sleeping enough during school nights.
Brain scans could predict children's future academic success, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that girls attending all-girls schools in Columbia were more likely to adhere to gender norms.
Researchers reported that one in three children born preterm will lag behind in school.
Can some puppy love help students ace their exams? UK educators at Aberdeen University seem to think so.
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