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Drug-Resistant Zits on the Rise
Dermatologists say the bacteria that causes acne is increasingly developing resistance to some commonly prescribed antibiotics.
For Teens, A Friend Online is Usually a Friend Offline, Too
New research shows that most teens use the Internet to interact with people they already know rather than strangers who might turn out to be predators.
Sports Drinks May Damage Teeth
Those sports drinks that your young athlete sips on may be eroding their teeth a new study suggests.
Panel: All Teens Should be Tested for Depression
One of the top government-appointed medical panels is urging doctors to routinely screen all U.S. teenagers for depression.
Depression Pill Approved for Children But Probe Continues
Lexapro, a drug often used to treat depression in adults, has won federal approval for use in adolescents.
Teen Inhalant Abuse Prevention Urged
A new study on teen inhalant abuse suggests a need for more prevention and treatment efforts.
Low Vitamin D Increases Teens’ Risk of Diabetes, Heart Disease
Teens who have low levels of vitamin D are at greater risk for diabetes and heart disease.
Physically Fit Students Do Better on Achievement Tests
Texas students who are more in shape than their peers are more likely to do well on achievement tests according to a new study.
Study: Obese Young Men Likely to Die Prematurely
Teenager boys who were obese at the age of 18 are one-third more likely to die prematurely compared to their normal weight peers.
Study Shows Good News About Kids’ Cholesterol
A new study offers some reassuring news on the childhood obesity battle: less than one percent of American teens are likely to need cholesterol drugs.
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