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No matter how much control you exercise over your teen's TV and movie watching, they may still be receiving positive tobacco messages via the Internet.
Taking part in team sports lowers the odds of children smoking.
Cheerleading continues to cause more serious and deadly injuries by far than other sports.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) wants doctors to take an active role in preventing bullying in schools and violence among dating teenagers.
Stimulant chewing gum can be dangerous for children if used excessively warn doctors.
A new study shows that things like texting, surfing and gaming, combined with caffeine is affecting their alertness and ability to function during the day.
A new poll shows that pressure about grades, student loans, relationships and school work is taking a toll on American college students.
A new study suggests that children admitted to a hospital with a concussion should have a follow-up assessment with a clinician before resuming normal play activities or sports.
Children who are obese are 26 percent more likely to have some kind of allergy, especially to food a new study finds.
Young adults who gained too much weight as teenagers tend to have greater amounts of deep abdominal fat which is a risk for heart disease in later life.