Articles for Tag: "teenagers"

Does your child need a detox from the Internet? 
Does your child need a detox from the Internet?
Nowadays, most kids and teens are glued to an electronic device. Should parents be concerned?
Teens who skip on sleep prone to weight gain 
Teens who skip on sleep prone to weight gain
High school students who get adequate sleep are less likely to become obese as young adults, says new research.
Young girls who diet risk problems as adults 
Young girls who diet risk problems as adults
A new study says focusing on weight loss at an early age may cause future health issues.
Is screen time affecting boys’ bones? 
Is screen time affecting boys’ bones?
Teenage males who spend large amounts of time in front of a screen may have poor bone health, says new research.
Should 21 be the legal age to buy cigarettes? 
Should 21 be the legal age to buy cigarettes?
A proposal to raise the age for the purchase of tobacco products is lighting up conversations across the nation.
New proposal raises awareness on tanning bed risks 
New proposal raises awareness on tanning bed risks
The Food and Drug Administration has proposed new regulations that will require companies to provide more information about the risk factors of tanning bed usage.
Clearing up myths about teenage acne  Featured
Clearing up myths about teenage acne
Teenagers live in fear of puberty, which can mean breakouts and acne. A top dermatologist dispels 3 myths about what really causes acne and how to treat it.