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"Mom, I'm so thirsty! Can you please pass the milk?"Not a request most parents of teens expect to hear, but, according to the Centers for Disease Control, the most favored drinks among American ...While many teens are still drinking soda, the amount of teens who consume it has dropped in the past 10 years.
Not only is the overall U.S. birth rate down, but women are having their children later in life, as well. Credit: Getty Looks like all those free condom giveaways might be doing the trick, after all. The birth rate for U.S. ...The birth rate for U.S. teens fell to the lowest level ever recorded in 70 years of tracking teenage childbearing.
Say "ohm." Relax. You're not alone when it comes to carrying mental baggage. Credit: Getty Here's a bit of news to perk up your holiday spirits: The majority of people out there are as messed up as you are. A survey by the Centers ...You may be messed up, but you're not alone.
Henry Middle School student Jorge Aldana winces as Denver Health clinical project manager RN Kelly Busch gives him a shot. Credit: Joe Amon, The Denver Post First it was homework, then it was tests and now it's shots. Just one more reasons kids ...
For a decade, the CDC has recommended that pregnant women get a flu shot, because pregnancy can affect the immune system and because the flu can be dangerous to pregnant women and their unborn babies. Still, the vast majority of pregnant women don't. ...