One silver line of social distancing? Staying at home because of COVID-19 might have led to college students getting more sleep, researchers report.
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The sexual and reproductive health of teens and young adults has shifted during the pandemic. Loss of independence and privacy are two concerns.
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Teens may have a particularly hard time with social distancing, but there are ways you can help them cope with the disruption, stress, and worry.
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Teens and young adults with diabetes are three times more likely to attempt suicide and close to 1.5 times more likely to suffer from a mood disorder.
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Focusing on the strengths, rather than the deficits, of young adults with autism can help them succeed, research suggests. Self-determination is key.
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Cases of melanoma among US teens and young adults have dropped sharply, a sign that public health efforts to encourage sun protection may be taking hold.
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A new report on human trafficking in metro Atlanta indicates factors that place homeless youth at risk.
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The percentage of young adults with a substance use disorder who were able to stop using substances was extremely low, the study finds.
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New research connects prescription drug misuse among older teens and young adults to substance use disorders later.
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Use of marijuana among college students climbed sharply from 2017 and 2018, researchers say, as did their vaping of marijuana and of nicotine.
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