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Number of Young Adults Marrying Declines in U.S.

A new report finds that more U.S. young adults are living alone or cohabiting rather than walking down the aisle.

What's Hot? 9/28/12

A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.

Many Parents Believe That Letting Kids Taste Alcohol Discourages Later Use

One in four mothers (mistakenly) believe that letting young children taste alcohol may discourage them from drinking in adolescence.

Active Video Games Have Exercise-Like Effects in Kids

Adolescents who play active video games increase their heart rate, use more oxygen and expend more energy, according to a small new study.

U.S. Consumers Watched 38 Billion Web Videos in August

The most recent data reports that an all-time high of 188 million U.S. consumers watched 38 billion web videos in August.

Teens Who Drive Dangerously Learn from Mom and Dad

Teens who engage in distracted and dangerous driving most likely learned their bad driving skills from their parents, according to a new study.

Reducing Sugar Drinks at Home Curbs Teen Weight Gain

A new study has found that teens who drink lots of sugary drinks can lose weight if they swap the sodas for non-caloric beverages such as water or diet drinks.

What's Hot? 9/21/12

A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.

An Estimated 5.6 Million Underage Kids on Facebook

Facebook has an ugly little secret. An estimated 5.6 million Facebook clients -- about 3.5 percent of its U.S. users -- are children who the company says are banned from the site.

Sexting Again Linked to Risky Sex Among Teens

One out of every seven Los Angeles high schoolers with a cell phone has sent a sexually-explicit text message or photo, according to a survey that also found sexting teens more likely to engage in risky sexual behaviors.

Studies Find More Students Cheating

Recent studies of student behavior and attitudes show that a majority of students violate standards of academic integrity to some degree, and that high achievers are just as likely to do it as others.

Risk-Glorifying Video Games Linked to Reckless Driving

Teens who play video games that glorify reckless driving may bring some of their virtual dangerous habits to road, a new study shows.

What's Hot? 9/14/12

A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.

How Instagram Became the Social Network for Tweens

Well-intentioned parents who've kept their tweens off Facebook are catching on to the workaround: kids are turning to Instagram, the photo-sharing app that may as well be a social network.

Big Jump: Majority of Teens Now Own Smartphones

The majority of American teens own a smartphone, a big jump from just one year ago.

Most Grandparents Provide Care for the Grandkids

Two new studies show most grandparents babysit and provide financial support for grandkids as they try to save their children money and build stronger family connections.

What's Hot? 9/7/12

A listing of hot cultural items from the the Internet, music, television and movies.

Smokers Are Still High School's 'Cool Kids'

Peer pressure continues to prompt high school students to light up, new research suggests, because popular teens tend to smoke and they induce others to take up the habit in an effort to fit in and be liked.

What Do College Students Look Like in 2012? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Infographic looks at the 19.7 million U.S. college students in 2012.

Obesity Can Impact Teen Brains, Hinder Performance

According to a new study, health problems linked to obesity can impair teen brains, lowering test scores and hindering efforts to learn.

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