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Being physically fit and mentally healthy in your youth may help you grow old with your brain faculties intact.
Taking prescribed medication can become a habit that we execute without much thought. But concerns about a medication mix-up may lead some to double-check their labels this week.
It may be tempting to park a child in front of the TV for a couple hours a day. But that peace and quiet may backfire if the child sleeps less at night.
Between 5 and 20 percent of youths around the world are victims of bullying. Without help, these young people may start thinking about harming themselves.
Mobile phones have become an increasingly important and often demanding part of life today. But do they get in the way of parent and child interaction?
Energy drinks are intended to give you a boost, but a new study tied energy drink consumption in teens to a number of negative issues, including depression.
Hearing loss is one of the most common chronic conditions in the United States, and one new study found that even minor hearing loss can have an impact on mental health.
Safely driving a car requires concentration and focus, which might be difficult for those with ADHD. One new study looked at the relationship between ADHD and serious car accidents among adults.
Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) have been touted recently as an aid to stop smoking, but one new study suggests that e-cigarettes might lead young folks to smoke the real thing.
Calming down to keep from bursting out in anger might not just be good for your relationships — it might be better for your heart, according to a new review.