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Why Living With an
Can Be Rough
May 13, 2020 1:00 PM CDT
Why Living With an 8-Month-Old Dog Can Be Rough
In a word: puberty
- It turns out living with a dog that's going through puberty might not be much fun, either. Research out of England has found parallels between human teens and their parents and adolescent dogs and their owners when it comes to an uptick in conflict. It's potentially something dog...
The Argument in Favor
of a Longer Adolescence
Jan 19, 2018 4:44 PM CST
The Argument in Favor of a Longer Adolescence
Academics say adolescence shouldn't end until 24
- Good news for young people tired of being told to grow up: A team of academics writing in the
wants to expand the period in life we think of as adolescence by five years, CTV News reports. "The transition period from childhood to adulthood now occupies a greater...
Mom's Brutally Honest
Tardy Note for Teen Goes Viral
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
Oct 2, 2016 10:44 AM CDT
Mom's Brutally Honest Tardy Note for Teen Goes Viral
Nicole Poppic's Facebook post has been shared 33K times
- It was like any other morning trying to get a teenager out of bed, only with a little extra sauce—from mom. Nicole Poppic of Clarksburg, Calif., decided to write quite the detailed tardy note for her 14-year-old daughter, Cara, when the teen wouldn't get out of bed and...
Most Kids With ADHD
Grow Out of It
Aug 4, 2016 9:03 AM CDT
Most Kids With ADHD Grow Out of It
Strong association between sleep problems and ADHD, and both are resolved in many young adults
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is often characterized as restless days followed by restless nights. In fact, the association between poor sleep quality and the disorder is so strong that scientists are now questioning whether lack of sleep is contributing to the rise in ADHD. The good news, researchers report in the
Kids are Kids
Til They're 25:
Sep 29, 2013 11:43 AM CDT
Kids are Kids Til They're 25: Psychologists
But is adolescence lasting longer, or are we just indulging our children?
- If your 24-year-old is acting like a kid, don't worry—he or she actually is one, at least according to psychologists, who now say adolescence continues until we're 25. "Neuroscience has made these massive advances where we now don't think that things just stop at a...
Oct 20, 2012 12:12 PM CDT
Boys Hitting Puberty Earlier, Too
It's age 9 in the earliest cases, says study
- It's widely accepted at this point that girls are reaching puberty earlier than they used to, and now the same appears to be true of boys. A comprehensive new study says boys are entering puberty somewhere between six months and two years earlier than the textbooks think, reports CNN...
Later School Start Time
Means Happier Students
Jul 5, 2010 4:10 PM CDT
Later School Start Time Means Happier Students
Adolescents need lots of sleep, have odd body clocks
- Starting high school classes just 30 minutes later leads to marked improvement in students' moods and even their overall health, CNN reports . Teens need 8½ to 9¼ hours of sleep a night, and biological changes associated with adolescence mean they naturally fall asleep later than younger kids. In a small...
Jul 31, 2009 4:11 AM CDT
Kudrow: Making Friends Was Hell
- Funny, goofy Lisa Kudrow lived through hell making friends—back in high school. "I used to cry every night," she tells the
. "With high school, for many people, it’s just a case of trying to keep breathing and getting through it." The former
Family Moves Double
Teen Suicide Risk
Jun 26, 2009 6:15 PM CDT
Family Moves Double Teen Suicide Risk
- Teens forced to move often by their parents’ jobs are much more likely to attempt suicide than those who stay put, MSNBC reports. Kids between 11 and 17 who moved three or more times were twice as likely to try to kill themselves as children who grew up in the...
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