In this new study, mindfulness-based intervention in schools did not move the needle on teen anxiety, depression, or body image problems.
There are four main stages. Each has its own particular set of advancements and challenges.
Don't you wish you could predict your child's behavior with 100 percent accuracy? Any realistic parent knows it's an impossible daydream, but an appealing one nonetheless. Kids will always surprise you. There are so many factors that go into behavior, not to mention the fact that internal and external forces can sometimes make kids act out of character.
A new study from Johns Hopkins University supports making birth control pills available without a prescription.
A new study links reward-seeking to learning in teen brains.
Teens are not known to always make the best choices. They are ruled by the insecurities and passions of adolescence. They generally do not plan much for the future, instead living in the moment. But their behaviors, which may often be upsetting to their parents, might have a serious biological purpose, according to scientists. Opting for quick rewards and excitements, while taking unnecessary risks, might be a way for their brains to learn.
An expansive new study makes clear the extent of the problem and the importance of parents in avoiding teen drug use.
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