The latest news on teens
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Nearly one in 10 young adults admit to committing sexual assault, a new study shows.
Teens can now share social network updates publicly.
Parents need to talk to their student to get to the root of the bullying behavior, experts say.
The book “My Parent Has Cancer and it Really Sucks” offers coping strategies for teens.
Here are tips and resources for helping your child quit smoking.
We talk with the CDC’s Tim McAfee about e-cigarettes and why more young people are giving them a try.
A U.S. News Twitter chat focused on sleep disorders and the benefits of getting enough shuteye.
Parents should look for warning signs such as anxiety and changes in online behavior.