Over the last 25 years, the number of youth soccer-related injuries in the United States has skyrocketed, a new study suggests. The statistics reflect the growing popularity of the sport as well as the awareness on the effects of such injuries.
Public Health September 13, 2016
A new study has found disparities based on race and ethnicity in the mental health care received by Black and Hispanic students when compared to their white counterparts. Researchers urge officials to look closely at how the health care system treats minorities.
Public Health August 13, 2016
Researchers at the Harvard Medical School have identified a gene in the human body that is believed to be responsible for keeping the youthful looks of people in spite of their age.
LIFE June 8, 2015
Country youths commit suicide twice as often as those in cities, a new study has found. Study investigates the reasons.
LIFE March 9, 2015
Hookah pipes can lead to cigarette smoking in youths. Experts call for the FDA to implement stricter regulations for the sale and use of hookah pipes and snus to youth.
LIFE December 9, 2014
American youth have fewer friends than those in the past, but are also less likely to be lonely. What role does technology play in the change?
LIFE November 24, 2014
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