Social media still has its benefits, like keeping in touch with friends and family that are separated by large distances. A central reason that we keep coming back to social media is that we keep thinking it will give us a boost and make us feel better. But in reality, it makes us feel worse.
A research conducted on vaping by Teens in the US has come up with shocking results. The research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says that high school teens who smoke ‘Vapes’, that is e-cigarettes are likely to develop heavy smoking habits in the later stages.
A worrying report from US federal health authorities warned that only 22% of high school teens and 33% of young adults, who are reportedly sexually active, are getting HIV tests leaving the two age groups at-risk to HIV infections.
Young adults may not recognize symptoms such a arm weakening, facial drooping and, speech problems as the signs of a stroke
A new study revealed that young adults who are obese are at a high risk of death caused due to cardiac arrest
Children and young adults who eat more fruits and vegetables have a lower risk of heart disease later on in life
Two new studies have examined ways to improve medication adherence in teens and young adults.
A new study found that overweight and obese teens and young adults were more likely to be smokers.
According to a new study, peer association, not peer pressure was linked to an increased risk of prescription drug misuse.
Injuries and violence can be tied to 80 percent of deaths in young adults, a new study found.
High doses of antidepressants may increase the risk of suicidal behavior in children and young adults, according to a new study.
A huge proportion of young adults who've suffered stroke need assistance and are unable to live independently, according to a new study.
America's higher legal drinking age law is saving countless lives, according to a new study.
Sexually transmitted diseases don't faze young people from having sex, according to a new study.
Less than 50 percent of children and young adults treated for anxiety get long-term relief from symptoms, according to a new study.
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.