College increases the risk of stimulant drug abuse, and not going increases the risk of pain drug abuse, according to a new study.
A new study found that one in five college students abuses ADHD stimulants.
According to researchers, about half of the colleges examined in the study had indoor tanning facilities either on campus or in off-campus housing.
Kids of college-educated parents eat significantly more vegetables and drink significantly less sugar, according to researchers.
Having college-educated parents significantly lowers teens risk of drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana.
Low education levels put smokers at a higher risk of experiencing deadly strokes, according to new research.
Having abusive coaches increases the risk of cheating, a new study suggests.
Staying in school may increase the risk of eye problems, a new study suggests.
When it comes to determining gizmos, preschoolers are smarter than college students, a new research has found. Preschoolers are able to figure out how unusual toys and gadgets work as they are more flexible and less biased compared adults.
A new survey found that American teens report high levels of stress in comparison to adults.
A new study found that college students use rebound sex to bounce back from a broken relationship.
A new study found that college students deal with a lot of food insecurity.
In a new study, researchers found that hooking up is tied to depression and sexual victimization for first year female college students.
According to a new study, college students who suffer from PTSD symptoms are more likely to drink more alcohol in comparison to students without the mental condition.
Researchers are revealing more ways smartphones are disrupting the lives of college students. While these devices are important for keeping people connected with friends and family, a new study has linked frequent cell phone use to anxiety, lower grades and reduced happiness in students.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.