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Sending nudes and messages with sexual content can be part of healthy sexual exploration. As technology continues to grow, it'll become a rite of passage.
A study published in JAMA Pediatrics suggests that legalizing marijuana doesn’t draw teens to smoking marijuana and instead may dissuade usage.
Researchers theorize that acne could affect teen self-esteem, making them more isolated, thus, having more time dedicated to their school work.
After studying two large, nationally representative surveys, we found that although the amount of time teens spent with their friends face to face has declined since the 1970s, the drop accelerated after 2010 – just as smartphones use started to grow.
Schools in England will be taking a more social approach when it comes to sex education, providing information to their students about consent, sexting, periods, and more.
While excessive gaming has been correlated to loneliness and depression, a healthy amount of game time is associated to positive thinking and creativity.
These ads aim to teach youth how expensive weed habits can be, how marijuana offenses could deny students federal financial aid, and inhibit motivation.
Roo was developed by experts and psychologists who compiled data and interviewed teens in order to build the necessary database for the app.
These new figures show that teen use goes down in legal states, or at least in Washington, as compared to non-legal states.