Depression can be a major issue during the teenage years, but far too many teenagers fail to seek help from depression because they’re embarrassed.
There was a time when illegal drugs were a major problem with young adults. They still are but now there are equal concerns about legal medications to get high.
For those enterprising youth looking for a summer job, there are some child labor laws that you do need to keep in mind.
A national expert on the causes of stress for high school students suggests you can have too much of a good thing – homework.
Eyewitness News reporter Cleve Bryan spoke with the man who dove into the water, making four trips to help save the family’s lives.
A mother was charged Wednesday with trying to kill her three teenage children by driving into the Delaware River, the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office and Florence Township Police announced.
Caffeine has been a choice to boost energy for centuries but the caffeinated beverage of choice for the young seems to be changing.
It’s not the cigarettes, but new research indicates teens are increasingly smoking e-cigarettes, cigars and hookah.
Compared to 15 years ago, a new study shows that young girls are developing breasts at an earlier age than before, due to a rise in obesity.
Unlike drunk driving, in which you are considered impaired if your blood alcohol level is .08, to prove underage drinking, your blood alcohol level only has to be .02.
The Pheed app is an incredibly useful tool, letting you check in on all of your social networks in one place.
A Swedish study looking at teenagers diagnosed with cancer finds the teens are at an increased risk of suicide compared to their peers.
When a texter knows that the recipient is driving, the texter has a duty to users of the public roads to refrain from sending the driver a text at that time.
Fumbling with buttons while driving is linked to increased risk of crashes for teen drivers, but the kind of music they’re listening to may also be a factor.
The statistics are concerning. According to the Centers for Disease Control, nearly 1 in 3 young white women regularly ignore tanning bed warnings.