It's important for parents to properly educate and supervise their kids' medicine use.
As if puberty isn't confusing enough, this is also the time in their lives that most teenagers start dating. With dating comes new concerns about emotional and sexual health.
Regular checkups are important to ensure that all aspects of physical and mental health throughout the teenage years are up to par.
The younger teen years are some of the most emotional, physical and difficult years for adolescents.
Teens sleep less than they used to, sacrificing shuteye to spend more time on their phones and tablets.
Teens are more likely than any other age group to take risks. As parents, the more informed we are about these risks, the better able we will be to address them.
All of us know that water is essential for our bodies to properly function. And most of the time our kids need to drink more water.
Later school start times could help teens get the amount of sleep they need, according to a new study.
Teen girls are much more likely to self-harm than boys, and the dangerous practice is on the rise
Due to raging hormones and more, teenagers are one of the most vulnerable populations when it comes to mental health issues.
When children learn they have a long-term illness, such as diabetes or epilepsy, they're likely to suffer emotionally, too, a small study finds.
Teens fixated on their smartphones experience changes to their brain chemistry that mirror those prompted by addiction, a new study suggests.
Sports concussion symptoms linger twice as long in teen girls as in boys, a new study finds.