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Drink, drug risk lower among optimistic pupils with 'happy' childhood memories: Study

Teenagers with happy childhood memories are likely to drink less, consume fewer drugs and enjoy learning, the study said

Published on 26th January 2021
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Being obese may increase the risk of mental health issues in teens: Study

For the study, the team involved 48 teenagers (73 per cent girls), with an average age of 15 and an average BMI of 42, which is severe obesity

Published on 20th January 2021
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HappyInc is enabling teenagers to help their peers deal with mental health issues. Here's how 

Kian Godhwani, Founder of HappyInc speaks about their free online counselling they provide teenagers to share their problems anytime they want to. They have helped over 60 students so far  

Published on 27th December 2020
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FamPay, India's first neobank for teenagers is set to launch the biggest Digi-Fest 'FamJam'

FamJam 2.0 will be conducted online. Teenagers can get the details on each competition, rules of participation, and information on prize money through FamPay's website and Insta page

Published on 4th November 2020
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Men can't talk about abuse: How the Insta campaign 'Mardaangi' is changing this stereotype one post at a time

Two teenagers Siddhant and Paavani tell us how their Instagram initiative Mardaangi is creating a safe space for men to tell their stories of sexual assault

Published on 25th September 2020
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Teenagers, all the questions you were uncomfortable to ask are answered on TeenBook. Check it out

Started by two mothers, TeenBook's portal offers to talk about various topics that concern teenagers in a friendly and colloquial manner and allows them to contribute as well. Check it out now

Published on 25th July 2020
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Researchers find key risk factors for teenage suicide

New studies show that auditory hallucinations and psychological distresses may increase suicidal tendencies in teenagers

Published on 9th December 2019
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Screen time has little impact on a teen's well-being: Study

Data from more than 17,000 teenagers show little evidence of a relationship between screen time and well-being in adolescents, according to the study published in the journal Psychological Science

Published on 13th April 2019
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Jammu and Kashmir Students Association seeks ban on PUBG due to poor board exam results

The JKSA has claimed that the mobile game is very addictive especially when it comes to teenagers, going as far as comparing the game to a drug

Published on 19th January 2019
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College students choose smartphones over food: Study 

The researchers wanted to explore whether smartphones could function as a reinforcing behaviour, the same way that food, drugs and alcohol are reinforcers

Published on 18th November 2018
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Three Indian students among 15 finalists in global science challenge 

The Indian teenagers are Samay Godika, 16, and Nikhiya Shamsher, 16, from Bengaluru and Kavya Negi, 18, from Delhi

Published on 16th October 2018
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Teens are at risk of respiratory diseases if exposed to smoke more than an hour a week

The study, published in the journal Pediatrics, involved 7,389 non-smoking US teenagers without asthma

Published on 22nd August 2018
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St Joseph's PU College in Bengaluru to hold awareness rally against drugs, human trafficking

Believing in the concern for human life, the principal of the institution, Fr. Melvin Lobo says, “It is not surprising that the teenagers who use drugs often have a poor academic record"

Published on 23rd June 2018
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Lack of maturity makes teens plead guilty to crimes they didn't commit: Study

The researchers said teenagers should not be allowed to make deals where they face a lesser charge in return for pleading guilty

Published on 16th March 2018
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Attention parents: Your teenager brat is not likely to study, get a job or a marriage proposal if he doesn't quit smoking pot

According to study by the University of Connecticut on 1,165 young adults, teenagers who smoke pot and drink alcohol are less likely to be successful in life

Published on 6th November 2017

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