Researchers find a correlation between PTSD severity and risky behavior, and that risky behavior was linked to the probability of experiencing a traumatic event.
Failure of having at least 7 hours of sleeps were likely to do risky behavior such as drinking alcohol, going to nightclub party with their peers, and not wearing seatbelts when driving.
A new research shows that just loud music and bright lights can induce addictive behaviour.
The CDC reported that even though teen smoking rates have gone down, four in 10 teens are still texting or emailing while driving.
The CDC reports that syphilis rates have increased particularly in gay and bisexual men.
Not getting enough sleep may lead to risky behavior in young adults, according to researchers.
Researchers found that as people age, they were more likely to avoid risks when it came to decision making.
College students who engage in casual sex may be at an increased risk for anxiety and depression.
Previous research shows that like adults, teens have the knowledge and ability to make competent decisions about risk. So, why are teens more likely than children or adults to engage in risky behaviors like experimenting with drugs, having unprotected sex and driving recklessly.