Study Says Risky Behavior, Crime Down Among TeensAn 12-year survey from 2003 to 2014 found that teens are less likely to start doing drugs, having underage sex, or committing crimes.
Depression On The Rise Among Young Teens, Study FindsWhile the overall rate of depression in the U.S. rose from 6.6 to 7.3 percent in those 10 years, depression among children age 12 to 17 jumped from 8.7 to 12.7 percent.
1 In 5 Teens Has Suffered A Concussion, Study FindsThe study found that over 31 percent of students who played a contact sport the previous year reported having had at least one diagnosed concussion.
Primary Care Providers Can Help Teens Find, Manage Treatment For Depression
Later School Start Time Could Increase Student Achievement A new study shows that if you were to push back the start time by a half hour or an hour you will drastically improve your students achievement levels. The change will also lower risks of fighting, car accidents, and help the student's hormones develop.
Study Suggests Yelling At Teens Could Hamper Long-Term Well-BeingIf you prefer to yell at your teenager, rather than physically punish them, you still may be doing more harm than good.