According to a new study, obese boys have a nearly six fold increased risk of developing hypertension in comparison to boys with normal weights.
A new federal survey found that many overweight and obese children do not realize that they are heavy.
A new study reported that caffeine affects boys and girls differently after puberty.
Researchers identified a gene dysfunction that can explain behavioral issues that carry on after adolescence.
Teenage girls are more likely than teenage boys to self-harm, according to a new study.
The amount and reasons for drinking in adolescence may be linked to a combination of genes and environmental surroundings according to a new study.
Computed tomography or CT scans are a great medical advancement and provides a variety of benefits like helping diagnose infections and tumors and guiding doctors to the right area during surgery. However, a new study reveals that the benefits of the scans do not come without risks.
Not only can exercise improve physical and mental health, it can also help decrease violent behavior among adolescent girls, a new study revealed.
A new study suggests that youngsters who go for casual sex may be at higher risk for depression when compared to those who are dating and are sexually active within a committed relationship.