There are now at least 200 energy drinks on the market. But is it a good idea for kids or parents to get an energy-drink buzz?
The dating and break-up cycle is often difficult. Parental support can help to get a teen through it.
College isn't right for every student — including many who enroll in four-year programs. Here are alternatives.
Inappropriate online pages can hurt college chances. Creative expression can sometimes help.
Increased use of tanning beds by teenagers has contributed to a sharp rise in melanoma rates in young people, often unaware of the long-term consequences of increased skin cancer risk and premature aging.
Parents have an important role in making sure both students and their schools and sports clubs are following up-to-date safety and injury management practices.
Teen “rebellion” is really establishing an identity. Experts advise parents to remember their own adolescence.
Taking good notes is a key school survival skill your child will need through high school and beyond.
Here's how to help your teen develop common-sense cell phone habits, plus the latest research findings on teen cell use.
increasing number of high school students are applying to college with a year of calculus already under their belts. To do so, they must start algebra in 8th grade.
Before assuming the problem is excessive assignments, check out other possibilites, such as study habits or too little time.
In today’s media climate, girls often need their parents’ help to feel good about themselves.