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About 812 results for "journal of adolescent research"

Do American Adolescents Approve of Marijuana?
Alpha Galileo

Do American Adolescents Approve of Marijuana?

Groundbreaking research published in The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse suggests that adolescents have become less likely to approve of and use marijuana over the last decade when compared to young adults. This is coming during a time ... Alpha Galileo, 2 weeks ago
Tech Times

Adolescent Mothers At Higher Risk Of Further Pregnancies During Teenage Years: Study

Researchers found that adolescent mothers seeking for abortion are more likely to have had a previous pregnancy. Further pregnancies that are unwanted, unplanned and mistimed are also more common to these young women. (Photo : Thomas Long | Flickr ...
 Tech Times1 week ago Pregnant teenagers at higher risk of more teen pregnancies  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Preggers adolescents at higher risk of further teenage pregnancies  Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Teenagers who become pregnant at higher risk of further pregnancies  Medical News Today2 weeks ago

Kids Who are Hesitant to Try New Food May Have Low Self-Esteem During Their Adolescence

A new research suggests that children who are hesitant to try new food even during their adolescence may have a poor diet and also suffer from low self-esteem and anxiety problems. However, forcing them to try these food at the dining table ...
 MedIndia1 month ago Fear of trying new food linked to low self-esteem  Times of India1 month ago Fear of Trying New Foods May Lead to Low Self-Esteem in Kids  NDTV1 month ago
Tech Times

Having Happy Friends Reduces Risk Of Depression Says Study

Researchers found a link between happy adolescent friends and a quick recovery from or reduced risk of depression. The study does not prove a cause-and-effect relationship but highlights the importance of social clubs in aiding in the recovery from ...
 Tech Times1 month ago Recurrent Depression Tied to Smaller Hippocampus  MedIndia1 month ago Primary healthcare providers urged to screen teens for depression and suicide risk  Medical News Today5 days ago Happiness is like vitamin C for the mind  Mother Nature Network1 month ago
Melbourne Age

British Medical Journal study into paroxetine, Aropax, reveals suicide risk

An ineffective depression drug was prescribed in the millions to children on the basis of flawed research that downplayed its risks of suicide and other serious events and overstated its benefits, a groundbreaking study has shown. An international ...
 Melbourne Age2 weeks ago How big pharma covered up drug risks  IOL2 weeks ago Doctors still giving kids drug linked to suicide  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago

Teenage Kids May Prove Better at Taking Financial Decisions: Duke University

Researchers from Duke University suggests that adolescents ages 10 to 16 can be more rational than many slightly older young adults. If you find your teenage kids irrational at times and scold them for making bad real-life decisions, listen to their ...
 MedIndia3 weeks ago Teenage Eating Disorders: How To Spot If Your Child Suffers From Bulimia Nervosa  Tech Times1 week ago Credit where it's due: Teenagers better in financial matters  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Teenage kids better at taking financial decisions  Times of India3 weeks ago

Developing Close Friendships During Adolescence May Help You Stay Fit In Adulthood

Children who develop close friendship early in life can be physically fit later in their adulthood, says a new research. "These results indicate that remaining close to -- as opposed to separating oneself -- from the peer pack in adolescence has ...
 MedIndia1 month ago Close Friendships During Adolescence May Help You Stay Fit As Adults  MedIndia1 month ago
Health Canal

Close Friendships in Adolescence Predict Health in Adulthood

Teens are often warned to beware the undue influence of peer pressure, but new research suggests that following the pack in adolescence may have some unexpected benefits for physical health in early adulthood. The study was published in ...
 Health Canal1 month ago Teens with close friendships likely to become healthy adults  Free Malaysia Today1 month ago Friendships in adolescence predict health problems in adulthood: New study  DNA India1 month ago Having high quality friendships during the teenage years could lead to better health, according to a new study.  IAfrica.com1 month ago
Peoples Pharmacy

Is Paxil (Paroxetine) Unsafe for Teens?

New research suggests that antidepressant medications may pose a serious problem for adolescents. A study from Sweden reveals a relationship between such drugs and violent crimes. More troublesome, a new review of an old study concludes that one ...
 Peoples Pharmacy2 weeks ago New Analysis Finds Paxil Unsafe for Teens  Drug Watch1 week ago Study Misrepresented Dangers of Paxil in Teens  NewsMax.com1 week ago Reanalysis of 2001 study finds Paxil unsafe for teens  Examiner.com2 weeks ago
Alpha Galileo

Physical Activity, Sadness, and Suicidality in Bullied US Adolescents

A study to be published in the October 2015 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP) reports that exercise for 4 or more days per week is associated with an approximate 23% reduction in both suicidal ...
 Alpha Galileo2 weeks ago
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