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The Brave Heart Society believes that the transition to womanhood is something to be celebrated. Courtesy of The Brave Heart SocietyRemember ...Remember when getting your period was a mortifying event? Not anymore. A group of South Dakota women have revived and reinvented a centuries-old ritual that celebrates a girl's entrance into womanhood.
Is moodiness in teens a medical condition? Credit: Getty ImagesTeenagers are nuts. Tell you something you don't know? Very well. Let's get ...Teens suffer from depression, anxiety, panic, hyperactivity and short attention spans. Who woulda thunk it?
It's easy enough for the folks at AAA to say parents need to spend more time teaching teenagers how to drive. Sure, let those people hurtle ...Study says parents need to spend more time on the road with inexperienced, jittery and dim-witted teen drivers
Drinking in college increases when students study abroad. Credit: Getty ImagesIn the midst of gaining cross-cultural skills, learning a foreign ...College students are getting their drink on when they study abroad, a new study shows.
Tyler Clementi, 18, a first year student at Rutgers University in New Jersey, killed himself shortly after being spied on and having footage of ...Tweens and teens are grappling with who they are in the romantic world, so many of whom are bullied at school for being different, so many of whom remain silent about their struggles and pain.
Columbia University had the highest "sexual GPA." Credit: Getty ImagesCrazy parties, wild behavior, one-night stands, unprotected sex: This is ...Trojan wraps up study on condom use, sexual health at the nation's leading colleges and the Ivy League, Big 10 schools top the honor roll.
The Huffington Post is challenging college students to get eight hours of sleep (a night). Credit: CorbisSleep? Please. Who needs it? Isn't that ...Think Red Bull is for sissies? Nap time is for newbies? You probably won't want to enter this sleep contest.
Maybe teachers should keep their relationships with kids offline. Credit: The Canadian Press/Adrian Wyld/APLet's face it, there's a certain creep ...Sorry, kids, schools don't want you to friend, poke or comment on your teachers' Facebook pages.