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Violent Video Games Linked to Teenage Crime Risk

Violent video games glorifying antisocial characters could increase teenage gamers’ risk of criminal and other risky behaviour like smoking and alcohol use, a new study has found.

Sugar Drinks in Adolescence Impairs Learning Abilities

A new study on adult and adolescent rats finds that daily consumption of sugary beverages during adolescence affects ability to learn and remember information.

Burned Teen Says Fire Challenge a Dumb Idea

Teenagers are engaging in a disturbing trend, the so-called fire challenge. They set themselves on fire and post the video to social media sites.

What's Hot? 08/01/14

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

For the Aspiring Helicopter Parent an App That Monitors Everything Your Child Does

Goodbye big brother. Hello big mother. A new app provides parents with the capability to track kids' locations, driving habits, and social media interactions.

Growing Number of Dads at Home with the Kids

A recent study from Pew Research finds that the number of fathers who stay at home with their children has nearly doubled since 1989, from 1.1 million to 2 million in 2012.

New Survey Reveals Millennials Prefer New Marriage Models Over Till Death Do Us Part

Marriages that couples can test and deglitch, work out kinks or simply abandon course without consequence make more sense to millennials.

The Chicken Wing is Really a Thing

The "Chicken Wing" pose of placing a hand on one's hip to form a triangle is often seen on social media sites and is used to make the photo subject appear thinner.

What's Hot? 07/25/14

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

Teen Drinking Linked to Tougher Transition to Adulthood

Teenagers who abuse alcohol are more likely to make a rocky transition into early adulthood, according to a large study of twins.

Guidelines for Buying a Used Car for a Teen Driver

For teen drivers, the degree of injury risk in crashes is greatly impacted by the type of vehicle they drive.

Add Caffeine Powder to List of Teen Risks

The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers to avoid pure powdered caffeine sold on the Internet after the death of an Ohio teen.

More Millennials Living With Family Than Seniors

Twice as many Americans live in multigenerational households compared to 1980. And Millennials are the ones driving the increase.

What's Hot? 07/18/14

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

Teen Drivers Not Wearing Seat Belts

The Governor’s Highway Safety Association revealed in a new study that majority of teen drivers killed on the road weren’t wearing their seat belts in 2012.

Kids Who Spend Time Outdoors Are Healthier

Time spent outdoors was associated with increased physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness and decreased sedentary behavior.

Parents Spending More On Kids This Summer

A new survey finds parents have increased per child spending on summer vacation, up 12% from 2013 and up 59% from 2012.

Millennials Say Smartphones More Important Than Deodorant

A survey finds that millennials value their smartphones more than deodorant.

What's Hot? 07/11/14

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

CDC Says Kids Still Getting Too Much Screen Time

Teenagers are spending hours in front of screens every day, despite years of expert advice that screen time should be limited.

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