Good relations with parents lead to fewer chances of emotional distress, drug abuse and so on.
Parental involvement can be influential in supporting teens ability to manage online harassment.
A celebrity culture that endorses the sexualisation of minors can damage not just the underage ‘sex symbols’ themselves, but also the children who witness it
The study suggests that the alcohol industry needs to improve the voluntary self-regulatory system that governs its advertising.
Facebook is encouraging grooming by offering teenage girls middle-aged men as 'friend suggestions.'
The 46-question survey conducted by Screen Education involved 1,017 teenagers from grades 7-12.
Nearly 40% adolescent girls in India lack access to education, majority forced to stay at home: NCPCR report
The NCPCR report suggests that while most adolescent boys are unable to attend school because they are in all likeliness working, a majority of the girl children are not getting school education because they are either forced to stay at home or engaged in begging
Most sleep experts agree that adolescents need nine hours of sleep each night to be engaged and productive students.
Many parents worry about how much time teenagers spend texting, sharing selfies and engaging in other online activities with their friends.
Teenagers in the US today are working less, having less sex and are far less happy than previous generations because of increased use of smartphones.
The study showed that WhatsApp groups allow teenagers to express themselves in ways that they cannot at school, developing closer relationships with peers.
Three teenage women were on Sunday arrested by Scotland Yard as part of a continuing counter-terrorism investigation.
The survey, released Thursday, found that teens' social media breaks are typically a week or longer and that boys are more likely to take longer breaks.
Adolescents in the US may be using less drugs because they are constantly stimulated and entertained by their computers and smartphones, experts say.
An increasing number of teenagers get discouraged to talk to their parents about potentially risky online experiences, such as cyberbullying, sexual exchanges and viewing inappropriate content online, because parents tend to emote much stronger feelings.
Until we get rid of the notion of evil or malice associated with sex, the politicians of our country will keep coming up with stupid remarks or measures about it.
A new study has found that addiction to – and not simply use of – mobile phones and internet is linked to anxiety and depression in teenagers.
Forget reassurances to insecure teens: a Stockholm youth health clinic is handing out special measuring tapes to young men and asking them to size up their penises.
British parents worried that their 16 and 17-year-old children might travel to Syria or Iraq under the influence of militants will be able to apply to have their passports removed