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Teen Health

News Related to Teen Health

  1. Some Teens Risk Health to Build Muscle

    Nov. 19, 2012 -- The quest for six-pack abs and a ripped physique may be leading some teens -- especially boys -- in an unhealthy direction, a new study suggests. Nearly 2,800 middle school and high school students answered questions about what they did to build muscle size or tone. Exercise was, fa

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  2. Smartphones Linked to Higher Rates of Teen Sex

    Oct. 30, 2012 -- A new study shows that many teens use the Internet to seek partners, and those that do are more likely to engage in unsafe sex. “We wanted to know if the risk was real rather than just hype,” says researcher Eric Rice, PhD, a researcher with the School of Social Work at the Universi

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  3. Young Athletes Not Worried About Concussions

    Oct. 22, 2012 -- Despite a media blitz, most high school football players are not concerned about the consequences of a concussion. A new study shows fear of losing valuable playing time keeps many high school football players from telling a coach or parent about symptoms of a concussion. Researcher

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  4. HPV Vaccine Not Linked to Promiscuity in Girls

    Oct. 15, 2012 -- Getting the HPV vaccine is not linked to signs of increased sexual activity in preteen girls, a new study shows. Genital HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a sexually transmitted infection. Gardasil, an HPV vaccine approved in 2006, and Cervarix, a second HPV vaccine approved in 2009,

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  5. Teen Drinking and Driving Down

    Oct. 2, 2012 -- Nine out of 10 U.S. teens are not drinking and driving, according to a new CDC report released today. "Teen drinking and driving has dropped by more than half in the past 15 to 20 years," said Thomas R. Frieden, MD, MPH, director of the CDC, who spoke at a telebriefing. While that ne

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  6. Teens Over 1/3 of New Prescription Drug Abusers

    Sept. 24, 2012 -- Efforts to lessen prescription drug misuse in the United States may be starting to pay off in young adults, but the continuing problem among teens is worrisome, a new government report shows. The number of people aged 18 to 25 who said they had used prescription drugs for non-medic

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  7. Which Birth Control Methods Are Best for Teens?

    Sept. 21, 2012 -- Sexually active teen girls' best bet for birth control is either an IUD or a birth-control implant, say new guidelines from a leading doctors' group. More than 40% of teens are sexually active. Nearly all of them use some kind of birth control. But fewer than 1 in 20 uses the most

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  8. Teen Sexting Linked to More Sexual Activity

    Sept. 17, 2012 -- "Sexting,'' the sending or receiving of sexually explicit messages or photos by cell phone, isn't an alternative to teens' sexual activity, but is actually linked to it, according to a new study. "Sexting is part of the new landscape of the sex lives of teens," says researcher Eric

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  9. CDC: Little Change in Risky Teen Sex

    July 24, 2012 -- Progress in getting teens to have safer sex largely has stalled over the last decade, a new CDC study suggests. Nearly half of high school students (47%) have had sex, according to the 2011 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS). That's almost the same percentage reported in the 2001 sur

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  10. Teens Safer Behind Wheel, but Too Many Texting

    June 7, 2012 -- Teens have become safer drivers over the past 20 years, though now they have new distractions that put them at high risk on the road: their iPhones and other tech devices. That's one of the major conclusions of the CDC's 2011 National Youth Risk Behavior Survey, which was released to

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