The latest news on teens
Setting a daily study routine can help high school students balance sleep and studying.
Educators can direct students to reliable information, but should refrain from giving legal advice.
Laws regulating nutrition content in school snacks may be effective, but healthy habits start at home.
Parents can curb truancy by being proactive and working with their teen’s school.
Nearly 80 percent of LGBT teens say teachers don’t address anti-gay bullying.
Parents and coaches should work together to keep teen athletes safe in the heat.
A New York Times op-ed says an F in math leads to dropouts. But parents can help their teen rebound.
Children’s cereal: healthy start or junk food? Plus,try these at-home sunburn treatments
WASHINGTON (AP) — More high school students are using condoms, but new government research released Tuesday shows the nation still has a long way to go to protect young people from the AIDS virus.