It’s that time of year. College kids are getting their dorm assignments, getting to know their roommates, and will soon be heading back to college. The adjustment to college life and living away from home for the first time can be really difficult. Well, I have a GREAT suggestion for the perfect gift for any college student heading back to school!
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I personally think that the line between when a stigma becomes accepted, to when it becomes the "thing to do", or 'cool' seem to be a fine one.
The ultimate teenage summer bucket list can help keep everyone sane. Teens will have plenty of cool ways to spend the longest and hottest day of the summer while parents can focus on their daily routines without worries.
Social scientists and app developers say cell phones and social media are designed to be addictive. It’s like turning a gambler loose in a casino or a giving a drug addict an eight ball. Apps are designed to keep you engaged and coming back for more because the more interaction the more money app and social media owners, advertisers, and ultimately stockholders make.
Benefits Of Parents And Caregivers Playing With Children For Child Development Are More Than Imagined
Fun With Your Kids Has Serious Consequences. Children need play for healthy development. Play is like the language of children. It a big part of how they interact with and get to know the world around them. How they feel safe and grow. Just as much, they need us - their attentive, present caregivers. The way we play with them teaches them how to feel and think about the world around them and, most importantly, themselves.
If you're sexually active, you should be aware that STDs that are sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise. Here's what you need to know on how to stay safe.
Yale researchers say that "dripping" has been tried by about 25 percent of teen e-cigarette users and this can have terrible health consequences. Teens like everyone else are much better off getting natural highs from fresh air in nature.
Researchers have observed there is a direct association between the sexual objectification of girls and aggression directed towards them. An awareness of this problem should lead to aggressive initiatives to discourage treating girls as if they are sexual objects.
Researchers say teens who do more volunteer work exhibit less criminal activity as adults.
If you were a typical teen, you've had to deal with your fair share of breakouts. When you left those hormone-unstable years, maybe your acne's improved and disappeared completely. You're probably thankful and don't want to look back at the times your acne made life unbearable. But researchers found that your acne might have actually helped lengthen your life!
A new study has found that health food store employees often recommend adults-only supplements to teenagers.
A small new study has found that, contrary to popular belief, playing violent video games does not make kids more aggressive.