Should teens who are morbidly obese consider bariatric surgery?
A closer look at why there have been more drug overdoses, and how you can potentially stop one from happening.
We all know about the dangers of smoking, what else can we tells our teens about to help them quit?
A closer analysis of a recent study that found an increased risk for depression and first use of anti-depressant when using hormonal contraception.
Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers. Time to talk to our teens on how to drive more safely.
The Healthy Kids Fest on September 18th will be an exciting day of fun, facts, and fitness at the Please Touch Museum.
We’ve asked our Healthy Kids bloggers to offer the best advice for parents to keep in mind as the school year starts.
A recent study found that extreme obesity more than tripled from 2.6 percent to 9.1 percent from 1988 to 2014.
A recent study found that breasts were a “barrier” to teen girls’ participation in sports.
A look at how gun violence affects kids directly and the emotional toll of being exposed to gun violence.
We take a closer look at what has caused teen suicide rates to go up.
Hookahs aren't as safe as some teens may think. Here's what they should know about the risks associated with using them.
Learn more about why teens join gangs, when to worry about your child, and what parents can do to try to prevent their child from joining gangs.
Here's why it's important to be open and nonjudgmental when it comes to your teen's sexually, especially if they are a LGBT teen.
A recent study found teens who used energy drinks were two or three times more likely to use alcohol, tobacco and marijuana compared with those who didn't use energy drinks.