According to new research, the average age of first trying drugs such as cocaine, heroin, and marijuana have all risen since 2004.
Even if parents limited marijuana use to high school, their kids were more likely to later use cannabis than other groups.
Many studies have found connections between cannabis use in teens and changes in their brain matter. A new study adds another layer to the discussion, suggesting that this might not be entirely true.
Aside from the wonderful performances that 'Euphoria' draws from its young cast, some of the show's highlights include its kinetic editing and surreal cinematography.
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.
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