Despite Blume’s best efforts, young people in the U.S. still lack adequate information about their bodies and sexuality—and they’re not alone.
You know what will happen if you keep nagging your kids about all the bad things their poor decisions will cause? Much less than what would happen if you emphasized what good could come from avoiding those actions.
Kids who bully other kids are much more likely to abuse their partners as teens.
New research suggests fans of Rage Against the Machine aren’t so much full of rage as full of anxiety.
Pre-teens living in high-crime neighborhoods avoid making friends, a University of Chicago pilot study has found.
Adolescents are aware of the serious consequences of climate change. So why don't they do anything about it?
From Norman Rockwell to Jon & Kate, American pop culture has celebrated the ritual of the family dinner. New research into adolescent behavior suggests these multigenerational meals are a tradition worth preserving.
A new analysis suggests adolescents get a distorted view of romantic relationships from viewing Hollywood movies, one that may give them unrealistic expectations for their own love lives.
A 'pregnancy pact' among high school sophomores suggests conventional sex education has some explaining to do. An international consultant on adolescent sexual health offers direction for where changes should be heading.