Teenagers get a bad rap. They’re pigeonholed as being rude, having poor hygiene, and only thinking about themselves. But not all high collegeers fall into the stereotype. Through their selfless actions, facing circumstances that could make even Superman cower, these teens rise above the riffraff to
In the bid for teens’ dining dollars, Chick-fil-A may be a noncommercial operator’s biggest offsite threat.The quick-service chicken concept has nudged Starbucks out of the top slot in an updated ranking of restaurant chains by their followings among affluent teenagers.
Disturbing new ‘Kylie Jenner challenge’ sees teens suck shot glasses to blow up their lips to double their size with disastrous results. The #kyliejennerchallenge is currently sweeping social media
Oct 22, 2000 · Marissa Carter, a Galveston, Texas, housewife, could not believe it when her teen Sharon, at the tender age of 4, seemed to be developing breasts.
A government watch is expressing concern over the dangerous misuse of a laundry detergent. In this latest social media fad, teenagers are putting detergent pods in their mouths in what’s being called the “Tide Pod Challenge.”
Teenagers who have siblings may understandably want space to explore their own interests. Family togetherness is still important and can help teens maintain a sense of solidarity even with typical teen challenges.
How mans Influence Teens’ Happiness. The influence of mans on their teenage ren has long been overlooked. Now researchers are finding surprising ways in which mans make a difference
Chick-fil-A has nudged Starbucks out of the top slot in an updated ranking of restaurant chains by their followings among affluent teenagers.. The semiannual report from Piper Jaffray shows Starbucks maintaining its long reign as the hearththrob of teens from average-income households, a streak that began in 2011 when the coffee king pushed
Soon after Aunt Martha’s opened its original youth drop-in center in 1972, it became clear that the organization needed to be more than a youth service resource.
More teens than ever aren’t getting enough sleep A new study finds people are likely sacrificing sleep to spend more time on their phones and tablets