New Report Reveals the Threat of Excess Sugar Among Teens

A new report in the prestigious medical magazine, Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association shows that teenage children who consume added or excess sugar in food items and soft drinks are at risk of developing poor profiles for cholesterol, a condition that can lead to diseases of the heart in adulthood. By ‘added sugars’ […]

Close Relationships to Family During Adolescence Leads to Healthy Adult Life

Teens who feel that they are valuable to their families or have a close bond with one or more family members grew up to be more successful adults, according to the Simmons Longitudinal Study that was recently completed. This study followed teens from age 15 to 30, and was lead by Professor Helen Reinherz from […]

Teens Fight Back Against Bullying, But Need More Help

Teen bullying was once again brought to the attention of the media by the suicide deaths of two young people who were tormented and bullied by their classmates to the point where they felt suicide was the only way out. As October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, YouthQuery has released the results of a […]

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