Smartphone and Internet addiction may change brain chemistry, new study finds.
ER visits for self-injury increasing among young girls, study finds.
Moderate to vigorous exercise lowers the risk of death in older women, study finds
Marijuana use among teens has not increased in a decade, study finds
3 months may not be enough time for an adolescent brain to recover from concussion, according to a new study
Analysis says this skill set common among some Major League greats
Brain changes persist at least 3 months after kids' concussions, study finds
That could lead to an undercount of the extent of the problem, researchers say
New stats show fighting, theft, gun use all down
Survey finds many salons willing to offer tanning to teens, despite legal bans
Distractions at the wheel are major cause of needless tragedies, experts say
Many more 10th graders who tried the devices were hooked on 'regular' cigarettes later, study found
Relationships and employment often suffer, study finds
Study found more adolescents getting less rest because of temptations of technology
Behavior was strongly linked to greater suicide risk, UK study found
Depression and worries about appearance common in those who can't skip the tanning bed, study finds
But adolescent health experts say there's no evidence to support that belief
New proposal urges doctors to begin talking to parents when fair-skinned children are 6 months old
In study, binge drinking 6 times a month lowered chances of full-time employment later
Nearly a third of college students think prescription stimulants help boost grades, study finds
Babies born at 2.2 pounds or less normally face higher risk of adult psychological issues
Leafy green veggies are a good source of the vital nutrient
Psychiatrists urge parents to stress to young concertgoers that events like Las Vegas shooting remain rare
Underlying conditions could prolong recovery, researcher says
Fewer important primary care appointments, more ER visits, study finds
Binge-drinking in college could impact job chances upon graduation, new study finds.
Contact sports is a leading reason why, study contends
Good hygiene can tackle most locker room germs, pediatricians say
'It only takes a little to lose a lot' is slogan for the multi-pronged media effort
Does watching a movie with gun violence influence a child's interest in weapons?